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Richtig ist auch: Das Klagen vieler Arbeitgeber ber den Fachkrftemangel drfte nicht leiser Julio Oscar Mechoso. - Bekannt fürRobert Zemeckis.
El Dorado: City of Gold. The Janky Promoters. Rise: Blood Hunter. The Go-Getter. The Legend of Zorro. Ken Park.
Assassination Tango. Jurassic Park III. Tortilla Soup. For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story. All the Pretty Horses.
Missing Pieces. Blue Streak. Krippendorf's Tribe. Vegas Vacation. Bad Boys. He was known of his roles in Grindhouse , Bad Boys , Ken Park and Little Miss Sunshine.
His television roles included Miami Vice , Coach , Seinfeld , and Greetings from Tucson. Mechoso died of a heart attack in his home on November 25, in Burbank, California at the age of From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
So I waited for the occasion for several months and finally one evening in Toronto we met after a screening and walking towards him was really like a film , I still remember crossing to the other side of the theater like in slow motion and when I saw him I knew it was going to work.
Zöe Kravitz came later. I wanted someone that was attractive but that could stand out in other ways. She had to have a personality that you believed she fell in love with someone like him, and also a beautiful women that in the story is relaxed about her looks.
She is just a natural. LatinoBuzz: You've worked on projects across the globe - has it changed the way you look at art?
I learned to see more, I guess. I write a project back home but then when I get to a place I take my time to observe.
I forbid myself to take photographs the first week and after a week I decide how to adapt my project or throw it away and start from scratch.
Also after traveling I know that people expect a type of film again depending of your Nationality but that is a prejudice. What does a film needs to have a Mexican flavor?
Cactus, drug lords? Well, I have some mariachi music after all but because my characters live in a house of a Mexican singer.
LatinoBuzz: There's amazing women filmmakers coming out of Latin America that's bringing an excitement and an invigorating voice that's been missing - do you see this continuing to emerge or is there still much needed change needed within the industry?
AnaIeine Cal Y Mayor: I'm optimistic of the emerging women directors. Every year I see a little bit more coming up slowly. And they do it without thinking.
I admire Claudia Llosa and in Mexico, Paula Markovich, Mariana Chenillo and Patricia Arriaga. LatinoBuzz: What's next from you?
Analeine Cal Y Mayor : I'm working on a new script that has to happen in an isolated forest, perhaps Sweden or Finland but while that film takes shape I might spend all my savings to do a very, very low budget film.
Visit www. The Midnight Game USA Dir. Calvo LatinoBuzz: What was the first horror film that scared the bejeezus out of you and got you hooked? Calvo : Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things.
Back in '79, shortly after my father died, my mom moved us into an old white house on a hill with an historic New England cemetery in the backyard.
My bedroom window overlooked the tiny lot riddled with crooked, broken headstones. I can still remember the name on one of them, Alexander X.
We didn't have cable back then, so I'd occasionally catch a scary movie on channel 9 or 11, our local NY affiliates. This film really scared the crap out of me.
The thought of the dead rising from their graves kept me awake half the night. I checked that film out recently, and it was rather comical, deliberately campy.
But man, oh, man, it wasn't back then. Orville was a living corpse who haunted me on many nights. LatinoBuzz: How do you see your work evolving within the horror genre?
Calvo : Honestly, I'm not a big fan of violence in film and have consistently focused more on the psychological aspects of horror. In my more recent films, particularly The Midnight Game , I've tried to "amp up" certain graphic elements -- but my style is still a far cry from anything close to gore porn or slasher, which are just not my thing.
I love a great ghost story and would love to revisit that world with a more mature approach one day. I think of horror classics like The Shining as benchmarks for what's possible within that realm.
It all comes down to finding the right screenplay or writing something that I feel really works. After four films, three of which were skewed more toward young-adult horror, I'm looking to shift into more mature themes.
LatinoBuzz: With the likes of Guillermo Del Toro and Fede Alvarez etc and even a film like, Mama - crossing over to the mainstream, do you see a possible gateway for films to be made starring a Latino cast and marketed successfully to an American Latino audience?
Calvo : Yes, I do. I've always loved Latin horror films like The Devil's Backboneand The Orphanage , and even cerebral sci-fi like Timecrimes.
I like the weird ones too, e. There's just so many amazing Latino actors and directors, many who haven't been exposed much to Us audiences.
The Argentine actor, Ricardo Darin , is a personal favorite, but lesser known here in the states, despite the Oscar win for The Secret in their Eyes.
He'd be great in an American Latino ghost story! Something gothic like The Others, don't you think? Perhaps a nice mix of foreign Latino names, like Darin, and some better known domestic faces Oscar Isaac , John Leguizamo , Rosario Dawson -- a few more personal favs.
It's fun to think of the possibilities. LatinoBuzz: You take a trip to a cabin in the middle of the woods straight outta Deliverance with 4 characters from Horror films and there's no cell phone reception -- because, despite all previous warnings, it's still a great idea -- Who are they and who's out in the woods Dick Cheney is a perfectly acceptable answer?
Calvo : I love this question! Here's my dream team: I'd take a Ripley-like character from Alien —someone who's capable of kicking ass and protecting the bunch; and I'd throw in a weak male sidekick, to provide a little comic relief—the quirky Shaggy of the bunch.
My cabin wouldn't be complete without a wise old man, physically inferior but intellectually a necessity to the group's survival I'm picturing Michael Caine type wisdom and self assurance here … Then, lastly, I'd toss in another woman, but a sensitive type—someone who understands that even evil can have a good side.
A character like the one Naomi Watts played in The Ring. She'll help offset Ripley's take-no-prisoners attitude, But will make the crucial mistake of sparing the lives of a few of our villains, who are none other than a mutant militia controlled by their own evil inbred children.
Militias really scare me. As do evil children. Not sure what my chances of survival would be, but it would make for an interesting movie!
Mechoso died of a heart attack at his home in Burbank, California , at the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actor.
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