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    LatinoBuzz: Fernando Eimbcke on Filmmaking: "I Don't Want to Think Too Much About Style"

    At the screening of his newest film, Club Sandwich, when asked about his aesthetic choices Mexican filmmaker, Fernando Eimbcke, rejected the notion that his films have a particular look. “It’s not a style. I don’t want to think too much about style.” His preference is to focus on the...

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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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    LatinoBuzz Review: Paraiso (Paradise)

    Departing from a short story by Mexican writer Julieta Arevalo, and with the support of the very progressive Mexican production company Canana, owned by Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal, Mariana Chenillo’s sophomore feature is a breath of fresh air both in the romantic comedy genre as we...

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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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    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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    5 to Watch from the Guadalajara Film Festival

    The 28th edition of the Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara, or Guadalajara International Film Festival, came to a close this weekend in the eponymous town, Mexico’s second biggest metropolis after Mexico City. What started in 1986 as the Muestra de Cine Mexicano, a program dedicated entir...

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    Ojos! 5 Hot American Latino films to discover in 2013

    Peep this and pay mind folks, especially Festival Programmers and Distributors. Here’s my list of the most exciting American Latino independent fiction films coming through the pipeline ready to break out and make noise in 2013.

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    Oye! First Peep at New Film, "Love, Concord"

    Oye means listen up! I’ll be profiling brand spanking new US Latino films, in various stages and different genres so our community can promote their trajectory online and by word of mouth, and yes hopefully so distribution outfits and festivals take note! Case in point this week: Love Concord.

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    LatinoBuzz: More Generation Mex Filmmakers on the Rise

    Last week we featured some of Mexico’s young filmmakers who have emerged as part of a recent revival in Mexican cinema. These new directors have pushed out the old guard and persevere in difficult situations, using public funding and micro-budgets to create films which take aim at Mexico’s social il...

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