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Call for Applications: "The Arts in Media" NEA Grants

New application guidelines for grants in the National Endowment for the Arts' "The Arts in Media" category are now available on the NEA's web site. The Arts in Media category seeks to make the excellence and diversity of the arts widely available to the American public through the national distribution of innovative media projects about the arts and media projects that can be considered works of art.

Grants are available to support the development, production, and national distribution of innovative media projects about the arts (e.g., visual arts, music, dance, literature, design, theater, musical theater, opera, folk & traditional arts, and media arts including film, audio, animation, and digital art) and media projects that can be considered works of art.

Grants generally will range from $10,000 to $200,000, based on the platform and the complexity and scope of the project. The application deadline date is September 1, 2011, for projects that may start on May 1, 2012, or any time thereafter. Click here for more information.

Eligible applicants are nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3), U.S. organizations; units of state or local government; or federally recognized tribal communities or tribes.

Projects may include high profile multi-part or single television and radio programs (documentaries and dramatic narratives); media created for theatrical release; performance programs; artistic segments for use within an existing series; multi-part webisodes; installations; and interactive games. Short films, five minutes and under, will be considered in packages of three or more.


"Sonido, camara... web!" El futuro del cine es latino y esta en Internet

Univision 34 Los Angeles covered NALIP's 2011 national conference The New Now, and reporter Jordi Ortega reported on the conference and the role that Latinos will play in the future of entertainment.

“Sonido, cámara… web!” El futuro del cine es latino y está en Internet

Así de claro quedó en la conferencia de NALIP 2011, que cada año agrupa a una creciente tribu artística de cineastas latinos procedentes de todas partes para aprender, compartir, y promover las ganas de filmar encerrados en un hotel de lujo.

Volvió a pronosticarse un gran futuro para los films hispanos. Y esta vez la promesa sonó a estrategia de conquista del territorio del wild wild west cinematográfico y televisivo que nos pertenece. ¿La razón? Porque así lo pide el mercado.

El último censo indicó que ya somos más de 50 millones de latinos en los Estados Unidos (más que españoles en España), con un billón de dólares anuales en nuestro bolsillo colectivo para gastos.

Además, como diría la princesa Leia en Star Wars, prácticamente somos “la última esperanza” de Hollywood, puesto que nos gusta más que a nadie ir físicamente a las salas de cine y gastarnos más de mil millones de dólares anuales en consumir programación. De hecho, uno de cada cuatro boletos de cine lo compra un latino.

Literalmente tenemos el poder de sentenciar si una película triunfará o fracasará en el crucial fin de semana de su estreno o opening weekend.

Si esto es así ¿Por qué no hay más actores latinos en los comerciales de televisión en inglés? ¿Por qué casi siempre nos contratan para actuar de pandilleros, amas de casa o inmigrantes ilegales? No hay latinos en cine o televisión liderando escuadrones del FBI, liberándonos de la próxima invasión de alienígenas, o encabezando unidades de doctores en un hospital. No es coincidencia.

“Normalmente estoy matando o me acaban matando porque soy Latino,” dice el veterano actor Pepe Serna. Los papeles que nos dan son importantes porque el cine es la máquina cultural más poderosa que existe y los estereotipos afectan la percepción real que se tiene de nuestra comunidad. Serna lo sabe bien ya que ha aparecido en más de 100 películas, casi siempre de malo. ¿Cómo olvidar la escena en la que le cortan un brazo en la ducha con una sierra mecánica en Scarface? Eso lo dice todo.

La industria se está enterando ahora “pero nosotros ya estábamos aquí,” proclama uno de los líderes simbólicos de Nalip, el productor Moctesuma Esparza (Selena). “En los años cincuenta ser llamado mexicano era un insulto. Todavía queda algo de eso hoy,” afirma el cabeza del estudio independiente Maya Entertainment.

Pero al final “el mercado reaccionará a la fuerza de la demografía,” pronostica James McNamara, uno de los principales expertos del mercado latino y presidente de Pantelion Films, la empresa formada por el estudio independiente Lionsgate y el gigante mexicano Televisa.

Wild wild web

La tierra de las oportunidades es Internet. Liderando la caravana de los contenidos digitales se encuentra gente valiente como Ruth Livier, la primera persona en ser aceptada por el Writers Guild of America por un proyecto de Internet.

Livier, una actriz mexicana perfectamente bilingüe, estaba cansada de interpretar siempre los mismos papeles. “El mundo estaba cambiando y yo no quise sentarme a esperar a ver qué pasaba,” explica. Así que un día del 2008, como un volcán en erupción, surgió la serie Ylse.

Premiada con el Imagen Award al mejor programa de Internet, Ylse cuenta las peripecias de una presentadora de televisión latina que sueña con ser la próxima Oprah. Con una calidad visual y de actuación comparables a las de los networks, todos los actores de la serie pertenecen al sindicato profesional Screen Actors Guild (SAG).

“Vi internet como una maravillosa plataforma donde la libertad creativa era la ley imperante,” afirma Livier. Así que de su propio bolsillo pagó la filmación de dos temporadas completas y ahora la serie está siendo considerada para televisión.

Pero hubo otra razón que la empujó a decir basta: su frustración como televidente. “Quería ver una serie que mostrara a jóvenes originales, en un entorno moderno y enfrentándose a temas importantes como el miedo a no lograr el sueño americano, a la vez que intentamos sobrellevar nuestra típica crisis de doble identidad como latinos. Quería ver si lo podía escribir. Así que lo hice.”

Su experiencia como actriz le fue muy bien, incluyendo un papel protagonista en la serie de Showtime Resurrection Blvd y apariciones en series como Beverly Hills 90210, donde no hay demasiados actores latinos que digamos. Para lanzar el proyecto también fue crucial la colaboración de sus amigos actores, entre ellos Judy Reyes (Scrubs). El actor Eugenio Derbez (La Misma Luna) está ahora interesado en entrar en la serie como director y Peter Murrieta (Wizards of Waverly Place) desea incorporarse como productor.

Lo que no se esperaba esta joven actriz es que su sueño desatara un tsunami creativo.

Siguiendo el ejemplo de Ylse están apareciendo otras series de gran calidad en Internet como Los Americans, protagonizada por los conocidos actores Esai Morales y Lupe Ontiveros, y dirigida por Dennis Leoni. La serie, presentada en el Public Internet Channel (www.pic.tv), aborda temas tan importantes como el alcoholismo en la tercera edad. Estas series son como una ola que avanza imparable, fertilizando el amplio desierto de contenidos que es Internet. A la primera ola, que irremediablemente tenía que ser impulsada por talentos creativos, le sigue bien de cerca una segunda ola: la de la ley.

Alzándose entre el público Kimberly Myers aportó algo de contexto a esta realidad. Según la responsable de diversidad del WGA, la huelga de escritores de Hollywood del 2008 tuvo como objetivo sentar precedente y decirle a los grandes estudios que los artistas deben ser compensados justamente por sus trabajos en Internet, tal y como lo son por sus proyectos en televisión y cine. El siguiente paso es ahora asegurar salarios justos.

Todo el mundo está intentando todavía averiguar cómo ganar dinero en Internet. Mientras tanto la red es el mejor laboratorio para experimentos creativos y de negocio. Aquí es donde la revolución de los contenidos se está escribiendo. Y filmando.

Es un trabajo en equipo

Los cineastas cuentan con otro nuevo as en la manga cortesía de las nuevas tecnologías. Se trata de las páginas web para recaudar fondos mediante donativos, lo que se conoce como crowd funding o financiación de masas. Dos de las empresas más conocidas que aportan este servicio gratis son Kickstarter.com y Indiegogo.com.

Meg Pinsonneault recauda fondos para su cortometraje, Feast of the Foolish (El banquete de los tontos) de esta forma. Su objetivo son $7,500 dólares. “Mi empresa se llama Thirsty Girl Films porque mi madre me decía que siempre tenía sed,” comenta esta fotógrafa, artista digital y cineasta.

Una vez terminados los films, organizaciones como The Collaborative pueden asesorar sobre cómo distribuirlos, y entidades como Egeda (egeda.com), se aseguran de que los productores cobren sus regalías, o royalties, cada vez que sus proyectos son exhibidos en cualquier país.

En una industria en la que es difícil progresar y consolidarse, la conferencia de Nalip es como una pecera de aguas tranquilas. Una vez en el agua depende de ti acercarte a quien te interesa y chapotear de forma adecuada.

La actriz Lydia Castro no tuvo ningún problema para hacer conexiones. “Tienes que codearte con gente que está haciendo cosas en vez de con gente a quien le gusta hablar de hacer cosas. El éxito crea al éxito,” confiesa esta actriz que también dirige y produce.

“Mi objetivo este año era conocer a cineastas y a posibles distribuidores e inversores para mis futuros proyectos de cine,” comenta la actriz, productora y directora Isabel Cueva, quien está desarrollando un largometraje fantástico (Black Mesa), y cuya convicción impresiona. Así se prepara ella antes del evento: “Hago una lista de invitados a quienes quiero conocer y me lanzo. Y de alguna forma siempre termino conociendo a la gente que esperaba conocer. Claro que después tienes que darles seguimiento o se pierde la oportunidad,” alerta.

Sin embargo “lo que más me gusta es estar con gente igual de apasionada que se muere por crear grandes proyectos. Nos motivamos y nos inspiramos hasta dejar la conferencia literalmente en llamas,” proclama Cuevas, cuyo debut como directora con el cortometraje In the name of Freedom ha sido reconocido en más de diez festivales de cine (www.inthenameoffreedommovie.com).

La directora Chelo Alavarez-Stehle vino a la conferencia a buscar apoyo para su documental y proyecto de videojuego Sands of Silence, que aborda la cruda realidad de la prostitución infantil.Entre los cineastas latinos parece haber una sensibilidad especial por los temas sociales.

Las comedias latinas tienen un gran futuro afirmó McNamara. Y justamente Pantelion Films ha colocado una película en español en varias salas de cines AMC, No Soy Tú, Soy Yo, protagonizada por el actor mexicano Eugenio Derbez. El film refleja un fenómeno quizás ya imparable: el de la proyección de películas en español en los multi-salas de los Estados Unidos.

Otro de los géneros que más está triunfando en televisión es el de los reality shows. Los expertos en prepararte para saltar al ruedo son los creadores de Realitytvbootcamp.com, el productor Luis Barreto y el director Chris Ragazzo. Ambos comparten con una humildad y sentido del humor extraordinarios valiosas claves para vender shows.

“Todo lo que se necesita es una tarjeta de biblioteca y una computadora,” indica Ragazzo, poniendo como ejemplo una propuesta de reality show que presentaron a la legendaria empresa de motocicletas Harley Davidson. Les dijeron que no, pero el proyecto llegó a manos de la mismísima nieta del fundador de la compañía.

La clave es nunca olvidar la regla de oro: “Sin personajes no hay show.” Es decir, para que triunfe un reality show tiene que tener personajes interesantes, llenos de conflictos y con muchas ganas de hablar.

Segunda regla: “No tengas miedo de compartir tu idea con el mundo porque es tremendamente difícil pasar más allá de la fase de la idea,” dijo Barreto, productor ejecutivo del programa Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

El del espectáculo es un mundo donde en un 98 por ciento de casos te dicen que no. Pero vale la pena por el 2 por ciento en que te dicen que sí. “Esto no es un sprint, es una maratón,” concluyó Barreto.


Call for Submissions: Warner Bros. Television Writers' Workshop

For over 30 years, the Warner Bros. Television Writers' Workshop has been the premier writing program for new writers looking to start and further their career in the world of television. The list of graduates who have gone on to do great things is long: Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives), Greg Garcia (My Name Is Earl) and Felicia Henderson (Soul Food) to name a few. Every year, the Workshop selects up to 10 participants out of almost 1,000 submissions and exposes them to Warner Bros. Television's top writers and executives, all with the ultimate goal of earning them a staff position on a Warner Bros. produced television show.

Applications accepted May 2 - June 1.
For details visit: writersworkshop.warnerbros.com


Call for Submissions: Disney | ABC Television Writing Program

Writers become employees of Disney | ABC Television Group and will be paid a weekly salary of $961.54 ($50,000.00 annualized) plus any applicable benefits for which they are eligible in accordance with the then-current Company benefits plans. The program is designed to expose aspiring writers to key executives, producers and literary representatives - all essential in the pursuit of a writing career. Additionally, while in the program, writers have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a current programming or development executive to create spec scripts of series from the current broadcast season. The ultimate goal is to prepare and nurture the writers for a professional writing career.

Applications now available and will be accepted May 1 - June 1.
Click here for details.


Call for Entries: San Francisco Latino Film Festival

The San Francisco Latino Film Festival is now accepting film entries.

Films made by, about or with Latinos from the U.S. and abroad are encouraged to enter.

To qualify films must be made between 2008 and now. Short and feature films are welcome to enter and the deadline to submit is June 3, 2011.

Click here for the PDF entry form. If you have questions, email info@sflatinofilmfestival.com

Follow SF Latino film happenings on Twitter and like the SF Latino Film Festival on Facebook to join the conversation.


Pioneering in the Wild West: Fort Worth, Texas Welcomes American Latino Filmmakers

By Claudia Acosta, NALIPster

Fort Worth, Texas, known to be "where the west begins," has remained as unclaimed territory to the American Latino filmmaker till now. The Rose Marine Theater will host the first ever Latino independent film festival May 19th-21st. The Rose Marine Latino Film Festival will introduce a new paradigm for the unrecognized film industry of North Texas. The non-profit arts organization, Artes de la Rosa, currently manages the theater and produces cultural programming under Artistic Director, Adam Adolfo.

"We are amid a Renaissance of the Rose itself and we are proud to reclaim a portion of its cultural history by bringing Latino filmmakers home to the Rose Marine Theater." Listed on the National Register of Historic places with landmark status since 1999, The Rose Marine Theater continues with its legacy.

THE ROSE: A SENSE OF PLACE (2009 Telly Award) opens the festival. The documentary aired on KERA PBS, tells the history of the theater that began in the 1900's. As a survivor of segregation, the Rose Marine Theater became the only Latino entertainment hub of Mexican cinema, music and culture, attracting industry renaissance icons from the 1920s to the 1960s including Pedro Infante, Dolores Del Rio and Cantinflas.

Adam continues, "As we continue to explore untapped artistic boundaries and reinterpret the stories of a rich heritage, it is with a sense of community that Artes de la Rosa is proud to have its first independent film festival as it celebrates our diversity by laying claim to cinematic art by saying that each one of us has a voice and it will be heard here at the Rose Marine Theater."

Headlining the festival's New York Night is THE MINISTERS written, directed, and produced by Franc. Reyes. The director of EMPIRE and ILLEGAL TENDER reflects on his third feature.

"The Ministers is one of many NY stories I set out to make when I chose to make movies. I'd like to be able to make films that are commercial in its ability to entertain and still absorbed in human drama just enough to capture the imagination."

In THE MINISTERS, an NYPD detective attempts to avenge the death of her father, but unwittingly becomes involved with one of his killers. The film stars John Leguizamo, and Harvey Keitel. This was Franc.'s second collaboration with Leguizamo.

"I believe that John Leguizamo is one of the most versatile and courageous actors the Latino entertainment community has. I recently went to see his new one man show "Ghetto Klown", which is my favorite of all the ones he's made. The work he's done so far in his career is staggering. His best work is in front of him and I intend to be a part of it."

The festival closer, CRUZANDO (Silver Palm Award Mexico International Film Festival, Jury Prize San Antonio Film Festival) written and directed by Mando Alvarado and Michael Escamilla will screen on the eve of its DVD release by Vangaurd Cinema. Days before the birth of his first child, Manuel learns his long-lost father is about to be executed in Texas. Against his wife's wishes, he heads north with videocam-toting pal, Diego on a life-changing journey. Many earnest films have been made recently about the struggles of Latin American migrants trying to cross into the U.S. for a better tomorrow; CRUZANDO isn't one of them. The story poetically rides on the border between comedy and drama much like the film's cinematography of the Texas/Mexican border.

As the bridge between states, country, and culture, two films share a common narrative about relationships between father, son, and inner demons.

SALUD (Best Screenplay Beverly Hills Film Festival) written & directed by Cesar de Leon, a Brooklyn native of Guatemalan decent tells the story of Carlos, a father and failed husband who slowly descends into a downward spiral of alcoholism. His son's refusal to lose his father leads both of them to discover the true and sometimes painful meaning of unconditional love.

In the THE FINDING (Cannes Short Film Selection) by Fort Worth's Julio Cedillo and Mexican director Alonso Alvarez, tell the tale on the other side of the border, of an impoverished father and son trying to make sense of life after they lose their beloved wife and mother. Brutally and lovingly told, the film remarkably speaks with little to no words. Julio Cedillo has done numerous roles for television, commercials, and films including as the title character in THREE BURIALS OF MELQUIADES ESTRADA and as Bronco in the upcoming Favreau flick, COWBOYS AND ALIENS.

As Opening Night Guest Presenter Cedillo adds, "This festival allow us to have strong and valid discussions about avoiding the perpetual Latino stereotypes and focus on the work itself through its universal themes. It will bring together Latino and non-Latino professionals to enlighten and educate new comers about the film/tv business as well as celebrate the art form."

Presented as American and International films, the festival hopes to highlight the perceptions of films by Latinos, those that are American and those that are not. "It's another opportunity to celebrate our various Latino cultures and not homogenize each other. At the end of the day, it truly isn't about being Latino artists, but artists who happen to be Latino." Cedillo said.

Artes de la Rosa honors the nation's young voices of tomorrow with SCENARIOS USA, a non-profit organization that uses writing and film to foster youth leadership, advocacy and self-expression in under-served teens. The festival will screen three shorts written by young Latinas from New York and Texas directed by Joel Schumacher, Cruz Angeles, and Joshua Marsten. Scenarios USA founder, Maura Minsky believes "It's important to make media inclusive because it plays a big role in defining the American narrative landscape - that's a defining principle in our work at Scenarios USA. Giving youth from marginalized communities' access to telling their stories through film gives them a seat at the table and allows them to share who they are and who they want to be."

These new platforms for inclusive media are now more important than ever. In the 'State of Cinema Address' at SFIFF, Producing juggernaut veteran Christine Vachon said, "We are now in a new place of trying to figure out who we are making movies for and are the ways we are consuming media actually changing the kind of stories we're telling? And if so, how are we reaching out to those audiences that we hope will want to celebrate and enjoy the kind of films - media - that we're making."

As these filmmakers continue to pioneer in the face the most difficult distribution and financing terrains, RMLFF hopes to garner support for them in Fort Worth from untapped audiences where one-third of the population is Latino. Franc. Reyes has produced three star-studded features on the higher end of independent budgets and understands this too well, but his focus is on craft.

"The one constant challenge will always be the writing. I've written everything I've directed. I wish to get better at both. The industry has changed in dramatic ways. It's exciting because like in the golden days of film making (1960's thru 1970's in my opinion) directors and writers were at their best. They were challenged by the change in the Hollywood studio system which lent to improvisation, both in front and behind the camera. It's a great time to challenge yourself and the "system" especially for the fastest rising American demographic....Latinos."

Rose Marine Latino Film Festival is in collaboration with Hispanic Women's Network of Texas, Endeavor Cinema Group, and Lone Star Film Society. For tickets, schedules and more information, please visit www.rosemarinelatinofest.com or call the Rose Marine Theater Box Office at (817) 624.8333.


NALIP Discount for Film Grants & Proposal Writing Seminar

"Film Grants and Proposal Writing 101 Seminar Intensive" with special focus on Social Media Marketing" AND Bonus CD containing filmmakers funding resources lists/contacts, sample proposals, industry forms/contracts and much more! Limited Capacity, register by 5/6 to receive your NALIP discount!

Date: Saturday, May 7, 2011
Time: 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM Walkout Lunch or bring your sack lunch.
Location: Los Angeles, CA (midcity)

NALIP members and NALIP newsletter subscribers receive a $15 discount!
To register visit the registration page at: www.filmmakerseminars.com

Overwhelmed by an upcoming grant/media fund deadline? Attending the Cannes Film Festival and don't have your presentation ready? Don't know how to begin to gather your materials? Or do you just want to start making your own projects and need to write a funding proposal? If so, this workshop is for you. This workshop will introduce you to the preparation, organization and submission of a successful grant proposal/package to foundations, donors/prospects and film funds.

Most proposals/packages can increase their possibilities of funding if done properly. Many mistakes are oversights that can be avoided. This workshop will lead you through the basic steps and general overview needed to complete a successful grant-writing campaign and/or a film or television project proposal as well as information on investors, contracts, and fundraising. Participants are encouraged to engage in the learning process by bringing their upcoming proposals to follow along, ask questions and seek personalized assistance after the workshop. Open to all.

For more information email us at: info@filmmakerseminars.com

 
 
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Michael Cuesta
Latino director joins Showtime series 'Homeland' as EP

By Nellie Andreeva, Deadline Hollywood

Helmer Michael Cuesta, who directed the pilot for Showtime's newly picked up drama Homeland, is joining the series as an executive producer. This marks the second consecutive pilot directed by Cuesta to go to series following CBS' Blue Bloods last year. And this is the second time Cuesta is producing a series. He previously served as a co-executive producer on another Showtime drama, Dexter, whose pilot he also directed.

On thriller Homeland, based on Gideon Raff's Israeli series Prisoners of War, WME-repped Cuesta will serve as an executive producer alongside the project's writers Howard Gordon, Raff and Alex Gansa as well as Avi Nir and Ron Telem. The series centers on Carrie Anderson (Claire Danes), a CIA officer battling her own demons who becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to the rescue of Scott Brody (Damian Lewis), a U.S. soldier who had been missing and presumed deal for nine years, was a setup and may be connected to an al-Qaida plot to be carried out on American soil. Mandy Patinkin plays a veteran CIA Division Chief who is Carrie's boss and mentor.


Natalia Almada
Cannes screening dates and times announced for NALIPster's doc

NALIP member Natalia Almada's (LPA 2003, Estela winner) new documentary El Velador has been selected for the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes, the independent section of the Cannes Film Festival. Screening dates and times have been announced. Click here to view a postcard with details!

Synopsis: El Velador is a portrait of a cemetery in the drug heartland of Mxico. Since the war on drugs began in 2007, the cemetery has doubled in size and the mausoleums have doubled in height creating a skyline that looks like a fantastical surrealist city more than a resting place for the deceased. Here, the lives of the cemetery workers and families of the victims, guilty and innocent, intersect in the shadow of one of the bloodiest conflicts that has claimed nearly 23,000 lives.


Begonya Plaza
NALIPster's new play Teresa's Ecstasy to be read in NYC

NALIP member Begonya Plaza invites all friends of the theater to attend one of two readings of her new play Teresa's Ecstasy. The readings will be held on May 22nd at 6PM and May 24th at 7PM at INTAR Theatre (500 W. 52nd Street @ 10th Avenue, 4th Floor).

No admission charge but please RSVP to 212.695.6134. Tapas, wine and discussion following the performance.

The play explores the mystical experience in our own lives through the influence of Spain's great 16th Century Saint Teresa of Avila. The play takes place in Barcelona, where cultures meet, one love ends and another begins.


Paul Davids
NALIPster's film screening at Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts, May 20-22

The feature film Before We Say Goodbye, executive produced by Hollace Davids and produced and directed by Paul Davids, will be presented at the CCA (Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts) with three screenings: Friday May 20 at 2:30 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday May 21 & 22 at 12:30 p.m.

Before We Say Goodbye is based on Albuquerque playwright Patricia Crespin�s play, We Are Hispanic-American Women... OK? The 2010 movie was filmed throughout New Mexico and on location in Mexico at the Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe and at the pyramids of Teotihuacan. Visit the movie's website for more information.

 
 
 

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