Thursday, May 23, 2013
San Diego, CA
Mr. Nava, whose films include El Norte, Mi Familia, and Selena, has an unprecedented deal with New Line Cinema, to produce and direct Hispanic-themed movies. His latest project, "An American Family," was not picked up by CBS for its fall television lineup, but the network is allowing him to shop the "dramedy" to other networks. He is credited with opening opportunities for other Latino filmmakers like Carlos Avila, who recently released "Price of Glory" for New Line Cinema.
- International Star Kate Del Castillo Among the Many Celebrity Guests Attending the 20th Anniversary San Diego Latino Film Festival
- Professor Chon Noriega Hosting Latino-Focused Films Through May on TCM
- Fox Fraternizes With Nuyorican's 'Brethren'
- National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Honors John Singleton With the Raul Julia Award, Michael Pena and Wilmer Valderrama With the Horizon Award at the 2006 'Noche De Gala'
- Media Arts Center San Diego seeking films and videos for Twelfth Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival (March 10-20, 2005)
- D.C. Rolls Out the Red Carpet for CATALINA Magazine’s 3rd Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Event
- Turning the Silver Screen Gold
- The 11th Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival; Discovery and Celebration: March 11 – 21, 2004
- Santa Barbara, Calif.-Area Hispanic Chamber Awards Encourage Entrepreneurs
- Jennifer Lopez: Entrepreneur, Entertainer and America's New Sweetheart From the Bronx
- PBS Airs Long-Awaited Hispanic Drama Series
- Avoided by Networks, Latino Drama Finds Home On PBS
- PBS Launches Latino Drama Series
- Sundance Film Festival Features More Hispanic Films
- Entertainment Report: Been There, Done That
- Mr. Prime Time
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