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Apr 26

RRAFF14 Official Selection Trailers

Trailers of some of the films we showed at this year’s festival

Henry Barrial’s The House that Jack Built (Feature)
OPENING FILM — Friday, May 16

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Mar 31

Movies Out This Summer, Enjoy the Trailers

Jupiter Ascending a Wachowskis’ film—Coming this summer. Roberto Malerba and Bruce Berman are serving as executive producers.

Into the Storm looks like a wild ride…

Feb 24

Zoë Saldaña Goes All Green for Gamora in “Guardians”

Reposted from SeFija!

Buzz for Guardians of the Galaxy is reaching a fever pitch, and Zoë Saldaña, already a legend up the geekarazzi, is one of the reasons why

It’s not like Zoë Saldaña always plays Latinos. Or African Americans. Or even humans. After years of hard work, one of her breakout roles was in Avatar, and she’s also played the icon of beautiful women of color everywhere as Uhura in the Star Trekreboot and its sequel, with more to come. So moving from her regular, beautiful skin color to blue and then to green seems almost inevitable as she takes on the “assassin with a heart” character of Gamora in the upcoming Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy.

Here’s a quick 30 seconds of interview and clips about Zoë and her green goddess persona:

Guardians premieres in every single theater in the US of A on August 1. Oh, and Benicio del Toro’s in it, too.

Feb 13

“RoboCop” with Aimee Garcia, Premieres soon

Aimee Garcia

Reposted from SeFija!

Mark your calendars: The reboot (almost literally) of RoboCop appears on thousands of screens Wednesday, February 12

Science fiction and action fans, Latino and non-Latino alike, will have to take a look at the newest incarnation of RoboCop. Some sf/fantasy all-stars are in the cast–Gary Oldman, Samuel L. JacksonJacie Earl HaleyMichael Keaton–and Aimee Garcia (most recently in Vegas and Dexter). And directed by José Padilha (Elite SquadElite Squad: The Enemy Within).

It looks like great fun, and it’s finally about to arrive. Check out the trailer here:

Jan 28

Actors Hector Elizondo and Freddy Rodríguez Talk to Se Fija!’s Angela Ortíz

Hector Elizondo and Angela Ortíz

Reposted from SeFija!

Elizondo is a legend in Hollywood and a pride of Latino Hollywood and SUPER talented. He talks about Last Man Standing on ABC and more…

He’s been a regular on at least twenty television shows, countless guest spots, movies and TV movies. He made my night at the Disney/ABC Television Winter TCA mixer of January 17th. We talked about having gaps and how proud we were of them. Check out our talk in a very noisy room below.


We also caught up with actor/producer Freddy Rodríguez at the screening of his short, Mediation at the New Filmmakers Los Angeles. The short was well received.

Check out the video below and catch up with more on SeFija!

Dec 12

Victor Razuk in the New “Godzilla” 2014

Victor Rasuk

Reposted from SeFija!

Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have released a teaser trailer of Godzilla.  And we are sharing it here with you. Some of the cast in the film is one of our favorite Victor Razuk (How to Make It in AmericaER) and soon to be seen in Fifty Shades of Grey, we wrote about it hereBreaking Bad Bryan CranstonAaron Taylor-JohnsonKen WatanabeElizabeth OlsenJuliette Binoche and David Strathairn. Executive produced by Alex Garcia and Patricia Whitcher.

Slated to open on May 16, 2014, the film is expected to be presented in 3D, 2D and IMAX® in select theatres. Now check out the trailer:

Dec 12

“Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones” Teaser and Trailer

Gabrielle Walsh and Jorge Diaz

Reposted from SeFija!

We are sharing the latest teaser trailer and trailer of the Paranormal Activity franchise fill with Latino actors, Jorge Diaz, Carlos Pratt, Richard Cabral, David Fernandez Jr., Crystal Santos, and many more. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is in theaters January 3, 2014.

Dec 12

A Great Image From this Year’s Reel Rasquache Art & Film Festival Awards Evening

L-r: RRAFF Angela María Ortíz S., actor/producer Douglas Spain (Mission Park feature), RRAFF John Ramirez, actor Pepe Serna (Pioneer Award), Elijah Velarde (The Shooting Star Salesman short), writer/director Kenneth Castillo (Trailblazer Award), Cecilia Garcia accepted for actress/activist Carmen Zapata (Career Achievement Award), Juan Solis (Feature Artist-Vision Award), RRAFF Juan Escobedo, and writer/director Kico Velarde (The Shooting Star Salesman short).  Photo: Wilki Image

It was an evening fill with excitement and anticipation. The evening was mc’d by actress/comedian Kiki Melendez and we were treated to a taste of Pioneer award recipient, Pepe Serna’s one-man stage show, Ruco Chuco Cholo Pachuco.

It was a wonderful evening enjoyed by all.

Nov 04

American Latino Writers, Directors, and Producers Get a Movie Completion of Their Own

Reposted from SeFija!

NUVOtv’s “Nu Point of View” offers the opportunity for independent American Latino creators to submit their original works to a nationally televised and digital platform…and it’s free and unlimited

NUVOtv’s doing a pretty great thing: setting up a new competition especially for American Latino producers, directors and writers to showcase their films, documentaries and shorts. It’s a wide-open opportunity that creators can take advantage of as often as they like…and there’s no entry fee.

“Through Nu Point of View,” the announcement says, “NUVOtv seeks to celebrate the talent, dedication and cultural voice of these artists and aims to pave the way for an expanded multicultural vision in the world of cinema.”

Our advice: submit your passion project. If selected, your film has the possibility to be seen by millions of TV viewers, and earn up to $3,000.

There is no submission fee, so send as much material as you like. Official submission deadline is coming up soon–November 15, 2013–so click here for all the details.

Oct 20

Q&A’s with Robert Rodriguez, Alexa Vega, Danny Trejo and Marco Zaror about “Machete Kills”

Robert Rodriguez

Se Fija’s publisher and RRAFF co-director Angela Ortíz was front and center at a recent sit-down with writer-director Robert Rodriguez and some of the stars of Machete Kills, opening Friday October 11 all across the country

Machete Kills, starring the legendary Danny Trejo, opens countrywide on Friday October 11, and it’s bound to make a hell of a splash–just like the first movie, Machete. SeFija publisher Angela Ortíz was part of a select group of journalists that sat down with writer-director Robert Rodriguez and three of the movie’s many, many stars—Alexa Vega, Marco Zaror, and Danny Trejo himself–to talk about the origins and making of the crazy movie.

Among the topics discussed: the career-changing power of Rodriguez films, and how that’s about to happen to Alexa; the challenge (and fun) of attracting a wide range of big-name stars, Latino and non-Latino, to the project; the origins of Machete itself, going all the way back to the days of Mariachi, c. 1994; the creation of the bizarre vehicles “that look like they’re right out of The Road Warrior,” and how the legendary Jesse James built Machete’s vehicle, and much more. Clearly the stars had a great time, and display great respect and affection for Rodriguez himself. “I love being in Robert Rodriguez films,” Zaror says, “ because he’s solid fun.” And Trejo sums it up: “I totally trust him, or I wouldn’t be here.”

Photos: ©2013 Angela María Ortíz S.

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