Latinos in technology had a presence at South by Southwest Interactive this year, with varying degrees of turnout and success. Sessions at the SXSW Latinos in Technology pre-conference focused on how modern technology affects Latino communities, while at the same time feeling a little left out of the SXSW community.
Rosario Dawson loves to act, but when she's not on set, she also loves to go out in the middle of the desert and "burn."
The 34-year-old actress, whose latest film credits include Gimmie Shelter, where she plays June, a longtime drug addict and abusive mom to Apple (Vanessa Hudgens), has been a regular at Burning Man -- an annual arts festival that takes place in the Nevada desert, since 2007.
Most stars don't make a smooth transition from child-to-adult celebrity. When crossing that bridge many stumble and slip due to alcohol or drug use and abuse, and some simply aren't equipped to handle the blinding beams cast down from being in the lime light. But, for the Latino stars who have successfully crossed that bridge, it's time to take a look at the first R-rated roles that appeared on their filmography.
Catalina Sandino Moreno will be replacing Rosario Dawson in the upcoming thriller Incarnate. The Colombian actress who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Maria Full of Grace (2004) is getting another opportunity to become better acquitted with American audiences.