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Latino directors Archives -

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Jack Rico


2019/02/28 at 4:06pm

PODCAST: Robert Rodriguez and Rosa Salazar Talk ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ and Latino Representation

Robert Rodriguez, the director of the new film Alita: Battle Angel discusses how it was a happy coincidence that his lead actress Rosa Salazar was Peruvian, how one of the main goals of his TV network El Rey was to find and hire more Latino filmmakers, and his honest answer when I asked if it is the responsibility of a Hispanic director to create Latino stars. (2:22) Read More

Jack Rico


2013/09/21 at 7:01pm

Interview: Alfonso Cuarón talks ‘Gravity’

Alfonso Cuarón has come a long way from the streets of Mexico City. He’s now a three time Oscar nominee and has never won. But what I’m betting is that Cuarón will win one this year for his masterpiece film – Gravity.

When you see the film, you can easily see the movie being nominated for 7 Oscar awards – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best VFX and Best Sound Mixing.

Cuarón recently sat down for an interview in Los Angeles with DP/30 to talk about the conception of the film, the production, and the new technology that is so great that audiences won’t notice any seams in the magic.

Jack Rico


2013/09/15 at 12:33pm

Latino director From ‘Mama’ To Helm ‘Mummy’ Reboot!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Argentinian director Andres Muschietti, who directed the surprise hit horror movie “Mama”, is in talks to direct the reboot of the Mummy franchise from Universal. Read More

Mack Chico


2012/12/07 at 12:00am

Is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s next film a comedy?

Ben Affleck‘s favorite director, Mexican helmer Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, is leeaving all the heavy depressing, multi-story dramas to make… a comedy. You heard that right, a comedy.

The name of the movie will be BIRDMAN and its premise will be about a former actor, who once played an iconic superhero, as he mounts a Broadway play in a bid to reclaim past glory. The movie will take place in one location over the course of three days as the actor juggles family, career and his sanity.. That sounds it’ll be either a hit or an embarassing failure. Nevertheless, I don’t mind evolution and aspiring to be more versatile.

Iñárritu said he co-wrote the film with Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo and is eyeing a start in March.

Word is he still is planning The Revenant with Leonardo DiCaprio, but there is no pre-production date set to start.


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