By Jack Rico
Happy Thanksgiving! On this episode, we chat with Adrian Molina (2:34), he is the first Latino director of a Pixar and is the co-director of Pixar’s new movie Coco that is currently in theaters right now. We discuss why Coco is not a Mexican film for Mexicans and why it really is a film for everyone.
Also, we chat with Mexican filmmaker Guillermo Arriaga (18:13), he is known for writing some of the best Latino movies this century such as Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Babel. Well, he’s now sharing all his knowledge on screenwriting and directing in a new seminar in Los Angeles. He’ll tell us what you can expect from this immersive workshop.
And finally, we chat with Aimee Garcia (34:47), known for her role as Ella Lopez in FOX’s Lucifer. She discusses with me Season 3 of the show, plus reveals the time she got mugged as well as hanging out with Eva Longoria, Gina Rodriguez and others Latin actresses who are also affectionately called – the “Latina Mafia”.
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