Gabe Torres grew up in Aurora, New York and started making films when he was 12 years old. After graduating from the USC Film School, he has gone on to a career in television directing that includes such shows as “Land of the Lost,” “Arrest and Trial,” and “Unsolved Mysteries. ” He has also directed independent films such as “Last Stand,” and “Bartender.” He shares with Latinopia the trailer for his latest action motion picture, “Brake.” The film is released on March 23rd in New York City and Los Angeles, check it out!
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By Tia Tenopia on December 2, 2012
HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS ART SALES There are many art sales afoot in most cities. Here are just a few. Why purchase corporate made gifts when you can give something personal. Buy original art by Latino artists! HECHO A MANO MADE BY HAND Handmade crafts and arts for sale by local artists. Through December 22nd HECHO [...]
By Tia Tenopia on March 6, 2011
Daniel Rios is an eighteen-year-old high school student at Eastwood High School in El Paso, Texas. “Inundation” is a short dramatic film which he wrote, produced, directed and edited. He aspires to be a writer/director and Latinopia is proud to showcase his film.
By Tia Tenopia on April 16, 2012
After leaving the Border Bookstore in Mesilla, New Mexico, the caravan carrying banned books to the children of Tucson heads north to Albuquerque for a meeting with renowned author Rudolfo Anaya. On the bus another celebrated and banned author Dagoberto Gilb, compares racism to the disease “macular degeneration.”