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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.

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    LatinoBuzz: 5 Questions with Reynier Molenaar (Metallica – Amped For IMAX)

    A former child actor who was born and raised in New York City, Reynier Molenaar made his debut in the entertainment industry as a child actor, premiering in such landmark music videos as KRS-ONE's My Philosophy, and the Latin Empire's Puerto Rican And Proud, directed by Henry Chalfant (St...

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    LatinoBuzz: Exclusive interview with Mexican Icon Alejandro Fernandez

    The son of Vicente Fernandez, one of Mexico’s most beloved music personalities, Alejandro Fernandez has become an icon on his own merits. His musical career crosses borders as well as genres, and has also taken him to try his luck as an actor, most notably in the biopic Zapata, where he ...

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    Chilean Filmmakers share their cinematic inspirations

    September 11 marked a very different occasion in Chile. It was 40 years ago that a CIA backed military operation ousted a democratically elected president and launched 17 years of fear and violence on the nation. Chilean artists only survived if they went in to exile and film schools ...

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    Kate Del Castillo talks Jules Stewart's 'K-11' and 'La Reina del Sur'

    Kate Del Castillo is one of Mexico's most important actresses and one of the most recognized faces in Latin America. Her imposing presence, both in person and on stage, her charisma, beauty and her enormous talent and passion for acting has lead her to be one of the rising stars in the Ho...

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    Full Round-up of Latino Films Screened at TIFF

    Toronto Film Fest Programmer Diana Sanchez’s count of Latino films in the festival was 16. Of these, 5 are by women; 30% is a strong number. Chile and Venezuela are strong with year with two films each. Mexico has 4 when coproductions are included. Diana says that might have chosen 10 had s...

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    LatinoBuzz: #MasAmerican

    Más American is my humble attempt of doing away with outdated and ill-defined terminology like Hispanic or Latino. It is meant to convey the real, inclusive and radical reflection of society’s eclectic fabric found in fiercely independent filmmaker voices.

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    LatinoBuzz: Elizabeth Gardner, Co-Director of NYILFF Responds to News of the Festival's Closure

    Just a few days ago a story ran on Cinema Tropical's blog, TropicalFRONT, regarding the New York International Latino Film Festival. The story, "NY Latino Film Fest Closes Shop After 13 Years" was a surprise for Elizabeth Gardner co-executive director of the NYILFF. LatinoBuzz has given her the spac...

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