“Para mí, el referente principal es la realidad de mi pueblo, de mi entorno.”
“Everything that is old and gone becomes new again at some point. I don’t think I am the only one doing it. But I think I am the loudest one.”
This month Intelatin interviews actor Brionne Davis, who stars in the 2015 Colombian adventure drama ‘Embrace of the Serpent.’ Plus a chat with the Chiapas indie-rock band Vayijel.
An absurd conversation with the world’s most obnoxious Texas oilman and his sidekick Greg “Gringoyo” Berger about their latest project, a “comedy adventure talk show set in Mexico.”
“It is obviously a twisted time to be an immigrant in America — especially where we live in Tucson, just one hour from the border. But it’s only brought the Mexican community closer together.”
“The way mainstream media’s depiction of Latinos is just very stereotypical. We are a very strong and unified culture that needs to break out of the mainstream media.”
“Writers of any ethnicity should be free to write the kind of literature they choose, without performing culture to satisfy the mainstream reader’s preconceptions.”
Globalfest returns for its 13th edition on Sunday, January 17, at Webster Hall in New York City. Latino Rebels spoke with two of its organizers.