A US born Belizean man travels to Belize to scatter the ashes of his deceased father, only to discover that he himself conceived a son during a past visit to the country. He must now face his own conflicted feelings about fatherhood caused by the estranged relationship he had with the man who gave him life.


(30mins) | Belize, United States of America


English, Belizean Kriol



Leon Lozano Photograph of Leon Lozano “My Father Belize” marks a return to the director’s chair for writer/ director/ producer Leon Lozano. In 2008, Lozano made his feature film debut with “Something is Killing Tate”, winner of 12 “Best of” film festival awards. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in social work from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master’s Degree in film and television production from the University of Southern California, Lozano has made a career out of combining social advocacy and film. His work has screened on Showtime, Netflix, BET, and Starz.