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    LatinoBuzz: The New York International Latino Film Festival Honors Its Own At Awards Ceremony

    The New York International Latino Film Festival ended its festivities by honoring various films at an Awards Ceremony last week. Prizes were handed out for Best Domestic Feature, Best International Feature, Best Director, Best Documentary, and Best Short.

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    The Drive to Save LALIFF

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with El Médico, a rapper, doctor, and star of El Médico: The Cubatón Story, playing at the New York International Latino Film Festival

    Raynier Casamayor Griñán is a twenty something year-old doctor who lives high up in the Sierra Maestra mountains of Santiago de Cuba. Known as ‘El Médico’ he serves his community, treating patients at the town clinic and making home visits. But he longs to be a musician, a rapper, a reggaetonero.

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    LatinoBuzz: The Chilean Building, a Personal Doc on Chile's Untold History, Screens in NY

    It’s a story never before documented: While their parents battled the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, a group of children were raised, first in Europe and then in Cuba, safely and communally. The 20 adults who supervised “Project Home” saw over sixty children through to adulthood, children whose mot...

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with Aurora Guerrero

    Mosquita Y Mari by Aurora Guerrero, a San Fran raised xicana, is an absolutely lovely film about discoveries of oneself and each other. Aurora paints her community – immigrant, youth and queer - with such affectionate and passion that you feel that someone like Aurora will herald a new era in Latino...

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    LatinoBuzz: The New York International Latino Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Night Films

    The New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF), the premier Latino film festival in the country is presented by HBO® and opens its 13th edition with FILLY BROWN, starring breakout actress Gina Rodriguez and closes with LEMON, the raw story of three-time felon and one-time Tony Award winner...

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    LatinoBuzz: 'Born Naked' Doc Plays NewFest, New York's LGBT Film Festival

    Summer in New York City is the time of picnics in the park, lazy beach days, outdoor movie screenings, sweaty subway rides, and all-around fun. The summertime is also Gay Pride Parade season in most cities. Naturally, many gay film festivals take place around this time of year as well. NewFest--New...

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    LatinoBuzz: Latino LGBT Films Shine on the Festival Circuit

    There are thousands of film festivals all over the world. Some are prestigious and well known--taking place in large cities across Europe and the U.S.--others in out-of-the-way towns that no one has ever heard of. These festivals show all kinds of films--from a range countries, on various topics and...

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    LatinoBuzz: Would you like hot sauce with your popcorn? Courting Latino Moviegoers

    As the U.S. Latino population continues to grow, industries are eager to acquire their market whose purchasing power exceeds $1 trillion. And so the film industry is hungry to capitalize on the leading ethnic group driving theater sales, Latinos.

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    LatinoBuzz Q & A: Terracino, 'Elliot Loves'

    'Elliot Loves' (ISA:TLA Releasing) by Gary Terracino is a true American independent, made completely outside of any system, largely self financed, crowd funded, sponsored even, you name it - by any means necessary. It's a story that anyone from any walk of life can relate to; ultimately when love su...

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