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Danny Trejo & Wilmer Valderrama on How Robert Rodriguez Is Leading a Latino Filmmaking Movement

Danny Trejo & Wilmer Valderrama on How Robert Rodriguez Is Leading a Latino Filmmaking Movement. – Original ArticleIt’s an essential conversation for 2015, especially now that Hollywood and the major networks have begun aggressively courting the coveted “Latino demographic.” Indeed, since the 2010 census Latinos have become a sort of holy grail for media execs desperate to maintain their market share into the foreseeable future. 118 more words


Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

Viewed – 01 July 2015  Netflix

Brace yourselves, this might get kind of rant-like.  I was a fan of the original Robert Rodriguez / Frank Miller… 361 more words


Lessons from "Robert Rodriguez's 10 Minute Film School"

Late night (anything past midnight) is when I do most of my Youtube perusing. Most of the time I find a Ted talk and fall asleep to it. 504 more words

Robert Rodriguez quiere cazar nuevos talentos en Internet

El Rey Network -el canal de televisión por cable de Robert Rodríguez- , acaba de lanzar una iniciativa llamada The People’s Network. Este proyecto nacido en Internet está en la búsqueda de nuevos directores, escritores, y otros creadores con el fin de traer nuevos talentos a la televisión. 233 more words


Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network Wants to Find Talent on Internet

El Rey Network, filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’s cable channel, is launching “The People’s Network”: an online initiative to solicit creative ideas from aspiring directors, writers and other talent — with the ultimate aim of bringing unknown creators to TV. 314 more words


Blood-Splattered Facts You Might Not Know About Robert Rodriguez's 'Mariachi' Trilogy

Robert Rodriguez doesn’t do subtlety with his action movies. The writer/director/editor/almost-every-other-on-set-job-title behind the El Mariachi Trilogy is known for working with small budgets and maximizing every cent to produce action movies — whether for adults or kids — that don’t take themselves too seriously and embrace the oftentimes campy and ridiculousness. 1,571 more words


Movie ('s) Of The Week - Robert Rodriguez's Mexico Trilogy

Recently, I have moved out of my rented flat in Copenhagen and have now moved back down to Præstø. I have got a lot of free time until I move into the new place and got a lot of movies to watch, as well as working on a few podcasts. 2,583 more words

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