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Benjamin Bratt is suing the distributor of his film, “La Mission,” over an alleged failure to pay agreed-upon bonuses for the film’s box office performance.
According to a complaint filed last week in Los Angeles Superior Court, Bratt and his colleagues at 5 Stick Films allege that distributor Screen Media Ventures signed a contract that entitled it to two bonus payments if the film’s box office gross receipts exceeded $500,000 and $1 million.
“La Mission” was released in select theaters in May to mixed reviews but picked up the support of the Latino and gay community for positive portrayals. (more…)
Undertow‘s breathtaking Peruvian seaside setting will effortlessly captivate you. It will just as easily sweep you away with the story of Miguel and Santiago-a pair of passionate and handsome men having an affair. (more…)
The Dominican Republic is known for its delicious food, merengue dancing, and the jovial carefree attitude of its warm and friendly people. It is not however, known for its work of queer cinema, which is just one of the reasons why Albert Xavier’s feature film, Hermafrodita, marks itself as a brave and important new work.
La Melaza witnesses his younger brother killed by a local gang leader. In a fury of anger he extols revenge by sneaking into his house to kill his brother’s murderer. Realizing that he in lo longer safe in Santo Domingo (more…)