Articles Tagged with: interview

Jackie Cruz of ‘Orange is the New Black’ on Songwriting, Surviving a Car Crash & Hollywood Stereotypes
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Jackie Cruz of ‘Orange is the New Black’ on Songwriting, Surviving a Car Crash & Hollywood Stereotypes

Dominican-American Jackie Cruz shares about her music and personal life including the moment when, at seven years old, she decided to become an actress.

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Poetic and Ethereal, Petra Costa’s Documentary ‘Elena’ Delicately Punches You Right in the Gut
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Poetic and Ethereal, Petra Costa’s Documentary ‘Elena’ Delicately Punches You Right in the Gut

We talked to Petra Costa about her documentary ‘Elena’ and the creative process behind making such a deeply personal film.

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Meet Gastón Duprat, Director of ‘Living Stars,’ a Real Life All Ages Buenos Aires Dance Party
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Meet Gastón Duprat, Director of ‘Living Stars,’ a Real Life All Ages Buenos Aires Dance Party

We got to sit down with Gastón Duprat, director of the Argentine film ‘Living Stars’ ahead of its New York premiere.

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Diane Guerrero of ‘Orange is the New Black’ is on the Front Lines of Fighting for More Latinas on TV
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Diane Guerrero of ‘Orange is the New Black’ is on the Front Lines of Fighting for More Latinas on TV

Diane Guerrero never saw a Latino on her favorite show ‘Friends’ but that didn’t stop her from pursuing her dream of acting on TV.

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Cannes: Ruben Gutierrez On How the Drug War Ravaged His Hometown & Inspired His Melancholic Short Film
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Cannes: Ruben Gutierrez On How the Drug War Ravaged His Hometown & Inspired His Melancholic Short Film

First time director Ruben Gutierrez is at the Cannes Film Fest with his short, ‘Sickess of the Present.’ We caught up with him to chat…

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John Leguizamo Loves Swedish Waffles
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John Leguizamo Loves Swedish Waffles

We caught up with the actor to discuss his role in the new indie film “Chef,” but mostly just talked about delicious snacks.

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Meet Ernesto Villalobos, Director of ‘Por las Plumas,’ The First Costa Rican Film in SFIFF’s 57 Year History
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Meet Ernesto Villalobos, Director of ‘Por las Plumas,’ The First Costa Rican Film in SFIFF’s 57 Year History

Hot off the ‘Por las Plumas’ premiere at the San Francisco Film Fest, we caught up with Ernesto Villalobos to talk about the difficulty of…

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Aaref Rodriguez, Director of ‘Avenues’ On Why Audiences Favor Latin American Films Over U.S. Latino Ones
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Aaref Rodriguez, Director of ‘Avenues’ On Why Audiences Favor Latin American Films Over U.S. Latino Ones

Aaref Rodriguez, director of ‘Avenues’ is winning awards, traveling to festivals, and getting to meet his heroes. Still, for Latinos making movies in the U.S.…

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From Los Caifanes to Roger Rabbit: 3 Tribeca Latin American Directors Talk Influences
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From Los Caifanes to Roger Rabbit: 3 Tribeca Latin American Directors Talk Influences

From ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ to ‘The Yellow Submarine’ these three directors talk about the films that made a lasting impression on them.

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Interview: Mex And The City’s Founder on Racial Profiling Series
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Interview: Mex And The City’s Founder on Racial Profiling Series

Mex and the City’s “Racial Profiling” series is “a means to develop a larger national conversation.”

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The Life and Freaky Times of Miami-Based Filmmaking Duo Mayer\Leyva
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The Life and Freaky Times of Miami-Based Filmmaking Duo Mayer\Leyva

We caught up with Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva, a filmmaking duo making the rounds at all the major film festivals with their quirky short…

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BAFICI: Mark Peranson On Making a Movie Set During the Mayan Apocalypse
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BAFICI: Mark Peranson On Making a Movie Set During the Mayan Apocalypse

You may not entirely get it, you may not even like it, but it’s unlikely you’ll be able to forget ‘La Ultima Pelicula.’ We caught…

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Jonathan Menendez, Founder of Latino Queer Arts & Film Fest on the Lack of Gay Latino Role Models
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Jonathan Menendez, Founder of Latino Queer Arts & Film Fest on the Lack of Gay Latino Role Models

Ahead of the Latina/o Queer Arts and Film Festival’s opening night in Los Angeles we caught up with the founder to talk about the fest…

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FICG: Meet Carlos Matsuo, Director of ‘Basura’ Doc on Tijuana Band San Pedro el Cortez
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FICG: Meet Carlos Matsuo, Director of ‘Basura’ Doc on Tijuana Band San Pedro el Cortez

Ahead of his screening at the Guadalajara Film Festival we talked to the director of ‘Basura’ about his DIY documentary on a DIY band.

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Richard Ray Perez on Making ‘Cesar’s Last Fast’ Doc Using Never-Seen-Before Footage of Cesar Chavez
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Richard Ray Perez on Making ‘Cesar’s Last Fast’ Doc Using Never-Seen-Before Footage of Cesar Chavez

We caught up with director Richard Ray Perez to talk about how he fulfilled a dying woman’s wish by making his documentary ‘Cesar’s Last Fast.’…

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