The Letters Juliet Stevenson

Behind the Scenes: Juliet Stevenson Details Preparation Process Behind 'Mother Teresa' Role

Juliet Stevenson talks to Latin Post about playing Mother Teresa in "The Letters."
Kenny Salas, Sean Salas, Latino Entrepreneurs, Camino Financial

MARKETPLACE: Camino Financial Founders Sean & Kenny Salas Are On a Mission to Help Latino Businesses Grow

There is a wave of Latino entrepreneurship sweeping across the country. But as the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative recently found, that wave isn't cresting as high as it could, because while Latinos are starting businesses at an increasingly fast rate, many of those businesses don't grow past the initial phases.
Celso Albelo

Spanish Tenor Celso Albelo on 'Closing the Circle' At the Metropolitan Opera [Exclusive]

Spanish tenor Celso Albelo talks to Latin Post about his Metropolitan Opera debut.
Alexander Torrenegra, Co-Founder of Bunny, Inc. - Marketplace

MARKETPLACE: Bunny, Inc.'s Alexander Torrenegra Wants to Automate the Creative Job Market

"I think people focus on entrepreneurship just -- because." Alexander Torrenegra, co-founder of Bunny Inc., is a lifelong serial entrepreneur, and not just "because."
Diane Guerrero Love Travels

Q&A with 'Jane the Virgin' Star Diane Guerrero: Actress Talks Upcoming Book, Latinos in the Media, and More

Diane Guerrero talks to Latin Post about her work, diversity, immigration and "Love Travels."
Atlanta Hawks Center Al Horford

Ten Questions With Al Horford: Dominican NBA Star Reflects on Career, Looks Ahead to Upcoming Season

Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford sat down with Latin Post Sports and talked about his career, Dominican upbringings, and free agency. This week he is participating in the NBA's Basketball Without Borders Program.
Rebecca Ferguson and Tom Cruise star in

Q&A with 'Mission Impossible' Star Rebecca Ferguson [EXCLUSIVE]

"Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" hits theaters this weekend and one of the major stars of the film is Swedish actress Rebecca Ferguson. The Swedish actress recently starred in such films as "Hercules," "Vi" and the TV Series "The White Queen." Now she gets her shot at an action movie before working with Meryl Streep in Florence Foster Jenkins. The actress recently talked with Latin Post about her experience working with Tom Cruise, doing stunts and the experience of listening to Florence Foster Jenkins for the first time.
Michael Pena

'Ant-Man's' Michael Pena Talks Favorite Superheroes, Opportunities For Latinos in Film, and His Son [EXCLUSIVE]

Michael Pena talks to Latin Post about "Ant-Man."
El Ardor

Pablo Fendrik on Making 'El Ardor' With Gael Garcia Bernal, Alice Braga [EXCLUSIVE]

"El Ardor," the latest film by Argentine director Pablo Fendrik hits cinemas this Friday, providing audiences with an opportunity to see a Western from a Latin American perspective. Fendrik is the director of such films as "The Mugger," "Villa Tranquila" and has written such screenplays as "Blood Appears" and "Possible Lives." The Argentine auteur had a chance to speak with Latin Post ahead of the film's release, revealing his inspirations for the work and the greatest challenges he overcame in making it.
DISH Network Sling TV: Sling Latino

Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch Talks Sling Latino, Internet TV, and Apple [Exclusive]

Last week, DISH Network's Internet TV service Sling TV launched two low-cost stand-alone base packages curated for Latinos, called Sling Latino.
Adrian Saba's second film will be

BEHIND THE SCENES: Peruvian Director Adrian Saba on the Making of 'El Sonador (The Dreamer)'

Back in 2012, Peruvian filmmaker Adrian Saba put together a small independent film called "El Limpiador (The Cleaner)." The film, set in post-apocalyptic Lima, not only made the rounds at prominent international film festivals but became a huge hit in his home country and was selected by the nation's film commission as its official submission for that year's Academy Awards' category for Best Foreign Language film. "El Limpiador" never made the cut at the Oscars, but the film's success launched Saba's career and made him well-known in his country. Almost three years since the success of "Limpiador" the filmmaker is at it again with his second feature titled "El Sonador (The Dreamer)." The film is set across a wider range of Peruvian locations including prominent sequences in the desert and ocean. Saba is currently in New York working on the film with editor Justin Beach and spent some time talking with Latin Post about the grueling process that has been the making of "El Sonador" and how it differed from his first feature film.
An image from Ballet Hispanico's

BEHIND THE SCENES: Ballet Hispanico's Eduardo Vilaro Previews 2015 Season

Ballet Hispanico's 2015 New York season got underway on Tuesday, April 14 with a program featuring new works by such choreographers as Miguel Mancillas, Rosie Herrera and Gustavo Ramirez Sansano. Ahead of the big night, Latin Post had an opportunity to speak with the company's artistic director Eduardo Vilaro, who has been in charge since August 2009. Vilaro spoke about his championing of young Latin American artists as well as his viewpoint on what arts organizations need to do to strengthen their relationships with audiences and communities.
Charles Chemin is the director for the upcoming Cubanacan

EXCLUSIVE: Cubanacan Director Charles Chemin Talks Creating Fidel Castro, Che Guevara & More

"Cubanacan" will a major event as it is the first opera in almost 50 years to come out of Cuba. The work is written by Charles Koppelman and composed by Roberto Valera. The production team recently announced that director Charles Chemin was brought into create the vision for the work's premiere. Chemin has an extensive background in theater and film, but "Cubanacan" will be his first crack at opera. The Frenchman called in from his native country to talk to Latin Post about how he got involved with the project and his vision for bringing Cubanacan to life.
Raini Rodriguez talks to Latin Post about working on

EXCLUSIVE: Raini Rodriguez Dishes on 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,' Kevin James & Being Latina in Movie Business

"Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" is slated for release on April 17 and reunites the cast from the successful first installment. Among those stars returning for a second time is Raini Rodriguez as Maya Blart, the titular character's daughter. Rodriguez, who was born in Texas, has been acting since the age of 11 and has appeared in such films as "Girl In Progress," "Prom" and such TV series as "Austin & Ally," "I'm in the Band" and "Jessie" among others. The actress recently spoke to Latin Post about her experiences on the set of both "Mall Cop" movies as well as her point of view on being a Latin American in the film industry.
Placido Domingo (pictured here as King Carlo V in Verdi's

CHANGING THE GAME: Placido Domingo Opens Up About His Career Path, the Current State of Opera, and More

Legendary opera singer Placido Domingo talks to Latin Post about his career and future.
Josh Saunders (Left) & Jason Hernandez (left on the right) talked to Latin Post about their expectations in NYCFC's first season.

EXCLUSIVE: Jason Hernandez & Josh Saunders on NYCFC's Home Opener, Season Expectations

The NYCFC opened its doors to the press on Wednesday March 11 in anticipation of its big home opener. Among the players in attendance was defender Jason Hernandez, who has played for such teams as Chivas USA and more recently, the San Jose Earthquakes. The defender talked to Latin Post about playing in the opening match in Orlando and what he believes the team needs to do in its first season to establish itself as New York's team.
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