LAMC to Start July 11 in New York

LAMC to Start July 11 in New York

Posted by NALIP on May 12, 2017

 

The Latin Alternative Music Conference is the only major conference devoted to bilingual and bicultural cutting edge music.The five-day event includes panels, concert showcases, parties and films and draws a tastemaker crowd of leading artists, executives, journalists and forward thinkers. 

In 2017, the LAMC will be celebrating its 18th year. The conference will take place at the Stewart Hotel in Midtown Manhattan with concerts throughout New York City including Central Park SummerStage, Celebrate Brooklyn at Prospect Park, the Highline Ballroom, SOB's and other iconic New York venues.

In its 18 years, the LAMC has made a name for itself as a hub of Latino culture, bringing talent from all over the world to celebrate Latino identity each summer. Don’t miss the dynamic industry panels, including a special panel on music in film and tv, featuring many of the movers and shakers who are helping to further define today’s music market.  

Don't miss the fun.  Head over to latinalternative.com before online registration closes Wednesday, June 28th! 

Anthony Ramos Slate of Projects in the Works

Anthony Ramos Slate of Projects in the Works

Posted by NALIP on May 11, 2017

 

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Anthony Ramos has been keeping busy this year! He will be starting production for two new films, ‘A Star is Born’ and ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters.’

‘A Star is Born,’ is a Warner Bros musical directed and performed by Bradley Cooper, alongside Stefani Germanotta, also known as Lady Gaga, and Anthony Ramos. The musical will be about a singer (Germanotta) who falls in love with an aging rocker (Cooper) who launches her career as his own goes downward spiral. Ramos will play Germanotta’s best friend, Ramon, an aspiring dancer who is born to be in the spotlight. The film is in production and will not be released until September 28,2018.

 

MIP Cancun Invites NALIP to LA Screening

MIP Cancun Invites NALIP to LA Screening

Posted by NALIP on May 11, 2017

 

NALIP members are invited to attend the MIP Cancun Cocktail at the LA Screenings on Wednesday, May 17, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. It will take place at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City.

The event celebrates MIP Cancun, a 3-day content market and summit dedicated to TV programming in Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic market. It is the only 1-to-1 meeting event for distribution and production executives - meeting a growing demand for international companies looking to do business with their counterparts in Latin America.

Members who are interested in attending can register here. Be sure to check the box letting them know you received your invitation from NALIP when registering - we hope to see you there!

Pantelion Renews Deal with Eugenio Derbez' 3Pas Studios

Pantelion Renews Deal with Eugenio Derbez' 3Pas Studios

Posted by NALIP on May 11, 2017

 

The Lionsgate Entertainment and Grupo Televisa joint venture, Pantelion Films, has renewed its first-look deal with Eugenio Derbez and producing partner Benjamin Odell’s company 3Pas Studios. Derbez has had massive success in the U.S box office for both his movies ‘How to be a Latin Lover’ and ‘Instructions Not Included,’ needless to say the studios recognized the accomplishment.

‘Instructions Not Included,’ was a successful movie for Derbez, making it the highest-grossing Spanish-language film ever released in the United States ($44 million) and the highest-grossing Mexican film in Mexico ($48 Million). The second Pantelion Film partnership with Derbez, ‘How to be a Latin Lover,’ did amazing in the first week of release bringing in 12 million dollars on just 1,118 screens.

 

2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival

2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

 The 2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival is back with a culturally diverse program which features over 200 films from more than 60 countries! This year, 27 movies from Spain, Portugal and Latin America are to be screened as a result of the festival’s Ciné Latino program.

NALIP Announces Finalists for the Latino Lens Fest & Showcase Shorts Program

NALIP Announces Finalists for the Latino Lens Fest & Showcase Shorts Program

Posted by NALIP on October 29, 2016

NALIP is proud to announce the finalists for the Shorts Film Program of the second annual Latino Lens Festival and Showcase taking place October 30th at the Avalon Hollywood. After hundreds of submissions and much consideration, NALIP has chosen the four films to be featured during our Shorts Presentation. They are: 'Toyed' by Jorge "Jokes" Yanes, 'Mosca' by Lizette Barrera, 'Disco Inferno' by Alice Waddington and 'Blast Beat' by Esteban Arango.