I congratulate Lloyd Kaufman and the entire Troma Entertainment Team for a glorious opening of Tromadance Film Festival 2017! It was fantastic! Thanks for keeping the tradition of cult, classic, indie horror films in the USA alive, and providing a platform for the community to come together, foster partnerships, learn, and forge an ongoing dialogue about the genre, its present and future. #inspiration #collaborations #indiefilmmaking #creativity #freedom #solidarity #toxicavenger #superhero #dontlookmovie #technologies
I am happy to share that “Don’t Look”, our comedy horror film is complete! I thank all of the Kickstarter Donors, film director and co-producer Luciana Faulhaber, co-producer Lindsay DiFulvio, film editor Daniel Shaw, music composer Thiago Thibeiro, friends, family, colleagues and everyone in the Enuff Productions team who helped make this project possible. We are proud beyond words! Stay tune for more information soon. Meanwhile, check out the film’s new poster! #indiefilm #horror #comedy #kickstarter
On Wednesday March 29th, 2017; 6:30pm, at the Loisaida Cultural Center in NYC, I will have the honor to introduce and lead a Q&A session with noted Puerto Rican journalist, musician and writer Silverio Pérez, for the NYC presentation of his celebrated book “Vitrina Rota” (Broken Window), a fantastic history-based analysis of the economic collapse of Puerto Rico, and looking forward. Join us for an insightful conversation with one of Puerto Rico’s most influential and respected voices in cultural, political and economic affairs on the island. To RSVP click here!
Thank you R.Evolución Latina, BroadwayCon 2017 and BroadwayCon Audiences, for a remarkable and humbling experience at the first ever “Broadway En Español” Panel during the convention. It was a very insightful and inspiring conversation, that will continue for years to come. Thanks Luis Salgado for your great work as host, and to my fellow panelists for such smart, thought-provoking presentations. #opportunity #brightfuture #empowerment #artisticexcellence #empowerment.
Join me at BroadwayCon for an insightful panel along with scriptwriter Alex Dinelaris (Broadway’s On Your Feet, Oscar-Winner for Birdman), Actress Doreen Montalvo (On Your Feet, In The Heights, La Lupe); CNN’s Maria Santana; and Actor, Producer & Filmmaker Andy Señor, Jr., for a panel about “Broadway En Español: Are We Ready to Hear Stories in Spanish?”. Moderated by Luis Salgado and hosted by R.Evolución Latina. Friday, January 27th, 2017, 12 noon, Javits Center. Click here for more information! #BroadwayCon2017 #empowerment #theaterforall #teatroparatodos
What can Latino journalists and artists expect over the next 4 years, as we enter the new presidential administration?
Check out the answers and join us for a revealing Inaugural Eve Conversation featuring NY1/NY1 Noticias Journalist Juan Manuel Benítez, Multimedia Specialist Susanne Ramírez de Arellano and I. Thursday, January 19th, 6 to 10pm at Bar 13, 121 University Place (Near 13th Street) in Manhattan. Free admission!! Hosted by Latino Prime Media (dir, Louis E. Perego Moreno) and the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA).
RSVP and more information, click here goo.gl/KkTXH8.
I am thrilled to join actress Évi Siskos and entertainer Jeannie Sol to co-host the 2016 HOLA Awards! Honoring actors Modesto Lacén (“Celia”), Javier Muñoz (“Hamilton”), Victor Cruz, journalist Sunny Hostin (ABC) and many more. Looking forward to a fantastic night! For more info, click here.
Thrilled to have received el El Diario/La Prensa’s “El Award” 2016 to the most influential Latino men in NYC, along with the likes of soccer superstar David Villa and other luminaries. Gracias for this humbling and inspiring honor! Check out El Diario’s special supplement featuring profile stories about all the honorees – on newsstands on Sunday, October 23rd, 2016!
Thank you Harlem Community Radio – WHCR 90.3 FM in New York, for a fantastic interview analyzing the Puerto Rico economic crisis. It was a joy to share my impressions and knowledge about this very serious crisis, for a special edition of the Harlem Beat news and talk program. Thanks to WHCR General Manager and my fellow Journalism School Graduate Prof. Angela Harden, and the students in her Fall 2016 Radio Journalism Class at CCNY, for such a fantastic welcome and insightful, extremely intelligent conversation about issues that matter. For more information about WHCR 90.3 FM’s programming, check out whcr.org.