Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Wednesday.
It’s safe to say that Kirsten Dunst’s latest indie project, Upside Down, is a feast for the eyes. The romantic-fantasy-drama follows a young man’s search for the long-lost girl of his dreams. Helming the project is Argentinian director Juan Solanas, who gives this forbidden love tale a new twist by setting… Continue reading Cine Latino: Director Juan Solanas, on the Challenges of Making the Alternate-Universe Romance 'Upside Down'
Juan of the Dead immediately establishes itself as a somewhat noteworthy event in genre film history in that it marks Cuba’s first foray into the splatter-tastic world of horror movies. For this reason and this reason alone, writer/director Alejandro Brugues deserves a round of applause, a pat on the back and an expensive bottle of champagne to share with his cast and crew… Continue reading 'Juan of the Dead' FF Review: Cuba Does Zombies
Relativity has just announced that Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ( 28 Weeks Later ) has signed on to direct the reboot of James O’Barr’s The Crow with a production start eyed for this fall.
According to the press release, Fresnadillo will collaborate with a writer on the screenplay, that name expected to be announced shortly. What’s more, the reboot is confirmed to focus on the character of Eric Draven (infamously played… Continue reading Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Confirmed For The Crow