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    LatinoBuzz: Cesar Chavez Film Social Action Campaign Supports the Equitable Food Initiative

    Now in theaters the film "Cesar Chavez", starring Michael Pena and directed by Diego Luna, has sparked an alliance between The Equitable Food Initiative (EFI) and Participant Media on a campaign called “Follow Your Food,” aimed at keeping food safe, and families healthy starting in the fields where ...

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    Diego Luna, Michael Peña, Rosario Dawson Talk SXSW Audience Award Winner 'Cesar Chavez' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    After a rousing North American premiere at SXSW, Mexican director Diego Luna and actors Michael Peña, Rosario Dawson and Gabriel Mann talk about the challenge of turning the great farm worker activist Cesar Chavez into a watchable movie. They did it.

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    Ambulante California Launches at Sundance

    Recently during the latest Sundance Film Festival, Ambulante, the non-profit aimed to promote documentary as a tool for social change and cultural transformation, celebrated its upcoming U.S. launch with an Ambulante California reception.

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    ISA of the Day: BAC Films

    Paris-based BAC Films, one of France's most respected sales agent, production company and distributor will be showing a promo of the long awaited film, El Ardor co-produced by and starring Gael Garcia Bernal. This is the second co-production of Canana, and Participant Media's Participant Panamerica....

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    Watch: Trailer For Diego Luna Directed Biopic 'Cesar Chavez: An American Hero' Starring Michael Peña

    Tremendously talented, but also unfortunately underrated, Michael Peña is the kind of presence we always enjoy in a movie, but he's usually found in a supporting role. But thankfully, Diego Luna has recognized that the actor has more than enough skill and charisma to carry a picture, and he's doing ...

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    What's the Secret to Mexican Cinema Today? The Morelia Film Festival Has the Answer

    Several new films prove Morelia’s strong ties with local filmmakers and the nurturing function festivals can have on local talent, who won't forget where they came from even after they’ve hit the big time.

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    LatinoBuzz: FICG in LA Announces its 3rd Edition in Hollywood and Film Lineup

    In order to promote the cinema and filmmaking talent of Mexico and Ibero-America, the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG), the University of Guadalajara and the University of Guadalajara Foundation in the U.S. present FICG in LA, a selection of the most outstanding films of 2013's FICG.

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    LatinoBuzz: Guadalajara Film Festival (FICG) In L.A. for its 3rd Year. November 1-3

    Presenting its program in Los Angeles for the third consecutive year this November, the Guadalajara International Film Festival aims to highlight the best in Mexican and Latin American cinema and bring it closer to the vast Latino population in Southern California. Taking place at the Egyptian Theat...

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    Amanda Seyfried Joins '‘Fathers And Daughters,' Craig Roberts Visits '22 Jump Street' & More

    Just a few days after Russell Crowe's latest project "Fathers and Daughters" was announced, he now has a co-lead. Amanda Seyfried will reteam with her "Les Misérables" co-star in the time-spanning tale will follow a novelist and widow in the past, who struggles to raise his 5-year-old daughter while...

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with Dir. Mariana Chenillo on her film 'Paraiso' (Paradise)

    Following her debut feature Nora's Will, Mexican director Mariana Chenillo presents her sophomore effort Paraiso (Paradise) a love story that defies physical appearances and has plenty of heart. Read our review HERE

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