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    All About The Exploration: Dir. Francisco Ordonez On His Upcoming Subculture Film 'Asher'

    A bright college student gets caught up in an obscure world of conspiracies, mysterious beliefs, and the possibility of more powerful forces controlling the world's destiny, all while trying to figure out his personal dilemmas. This is Asher, an upcoming film by Queens native Francisco Ordonez.

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    LatinoBuzz: Cannes: Helmer Pablo Fendrik Talks About Turning the Western on Its Head

    Starring Mexican superstar Gael García Bernal, the Argentine film El Ardor (The Ardor) is set to premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival as a Special Screening. The film by Pablo Fendrik is one of the few Latin American works present at the event and the expectations are high.

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    LatinoBuzz: Latino Presence in Cannes

    This year’s Cannes Film Festival will see a much less prominent Latino presence than in previous years.here is only a handful of these films throughout the entire program, but despite the shortage of Latin talent at the Croisette this time around, the ones that made the cut are promising works.

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    LatinoBuzz: That’s FANTASTICO! – Submit your genre projects to the 2014 Fantastic Market

    El Mercado Fantastico is back. The international co-production market for genre films is putting out a wide alert to find projects made by Latino filmmakers currently in development, pre-production or post. Finalists will go to Austin during this year’s Fantastic Fest (September 18-25) and be hooked...

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    Water & Power- The Mythology of Barrio Lyricism

    Richard Montoya's "Water & Power" is a fusion between experimental Neo Noir and darkly humorous crime saga. It plays with language in a cheeky and tonally perfect manner. Rapid-fire dialogue with a hundred local references per second and endless puns that allude to the protagonists nicknames, all bl...

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    May 1st Free Screening of "Cesar's Last Fast" in Los Angeles

    After almost a decade of creating a successful traveling platform to showcase important documentary films around Mexico, Ambulante, the non-profit founded by Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna, Pablo Cruz, and Elena Fortes, has expanded to California. Ambulante California aims to continue this mission e...

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    Latino Buzz: NHMC Television Writers Program

    The submission period for the NHMC Television Writers Program is now open through July 31st, 2014. This is a great opportunity for Latino writers looking to get their foot in the door of the competitive Television business.

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    Dispatch from Panama

    What pleasures await in Panama! As part of the invited press corps, I attended the first ever Premios Platino del Cine Iberoamericano where I met numerous journalists from all over the world, though most particularly from Latin America.

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    Forgotten Hopeful Travelers: Dir. Marc Silver on "Who is Dayani Cristal?"

    British documentary filmmaker Marc Silver brings a riveting and touching vision to the immigration subject in his outstanding and heartbreaking documentary "Who Is Dayani Cristal?". The story of a dead body found in the desert and the investigation to find the the man behind the mystery. Helped by G...

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    Deceiving Monsters: Lucia Puenzo on "The German Doctor" (Wakolda)

    Fictionalized history in any artistic expression differs from the theories created by revisionists to carve out a narrative that fits their beliefs. Cinematic reinterpretations often, as they should, focus on the characters’ human condition, those emotions or personal plights that never make it to t...

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