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A.P.Gonzalez is a writer/director and professor at the University of California at Los Angeles. His most recent film, which … [Read more...]
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Frank Javier Berumen is a film scholar and author of several landmark books on Latino cinema including Brown Celluloid, Latino … [Read more...]
Luis R. Quintero is a director based in Los Angeles whose projects including major studio productions, independent films, television pilots and web series. His short drama "La Hora del Té" (Tea Time) … [Read more...]
Gabriel Carmona and Branden Selman are the founders of Nac Film Theory, an independent film company based in Nagotchoches, Texas. Both of these talented filmmakers produce, direct, film, edit and act … [Read more...]
Chicano! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement was a four-hour PBS documentary series broadcast in 1997. Jose Luis Ruiz was the Executive Producer of the company that produced the … [Read more...]
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 … [Read more...]
John Valadez is the producer and director of two hours of the six-part PBS documentary series, "Latino Americans." In his episode titled "War and Peace", John took on the task of documenting the story … [Read more...]