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  • The Cell

    September 7, 2017

    Ex-military fighter turned corporate mercenary David Shepard makes a living by targeting enemies of the United States for the Harris Corporation, a mysterious government-backed defense contractor. His next task is to kill five women who’ve inexplicably gained tremendous supernatural powers after surviving a traumatic experiment.
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  • EL SUEÑO

    "EL SUEÑO" great premiere. Saturday May 28 at Arizona Mills Cinema. Read More...

  • They cross the border illegally and there is a high price to pay. Lives are lost. Families are torn apart. But the dream compels them to continue. Those are the plot points behind the movie "El Sueno" by first-time filmmaker Humberto Castro. "It was a very difficult experience, but it was worth it," Castro said. Castro is the co-writer, co-director and lead actor in the feature-length film, which premiered last week in El Paso. "I wanted to say this story in a way that I was passionate about and I've always been passionate about film," Castro said. The 31-year-old Castro is a UTEP graduate. He grew up in Juarez and El Paso and turned to his personal experiences while writing the script. Read More...

  • El Paso,(ENTRAVISION).- La noche del jueves fue el gran estreno de la película “El Sueño”. Una pieza fílmica protagonizada por Humberto Castro, Diajezma Orozco y Bryan Thompson. En la misma se aborda el tema de la migración y en la que, también participa nuestro compañero Aldo Acosta y su sobrina Alba María Medina Homs. La aceptación de la película ‘El Sueño’ ha sido tal, que los organizadores tuvieron que ofrecer dos funciones. Muchas Felicidades a todo el equipo. Read More...

  • A feature film with scores of El Pasoans both in front of and behind the camera is set to premiere next week right here in the Sun City. El Sueño is an 87-minute narrative feature film, which illustrates the importance of Comprehensive Immigration Reform as it follows the story of Raul, a young immigrant brought to the U.S. as a child. Raul and another young immigrant, Alejandra, are orphaned when anti-immigrant civilians posted on the US-Mexico border murder their parents. Read More...

  • Back in June, former WWE star and Tampa native Karlee Perez came to Safety Harbor as she started to make the transition from the wrestling ring to the screen. Perez, who went by the name of Maxine in the WWE, enlisted Dianne Paulson and her MPC Models company to help kickstart her new career. She did a photo shoot and met with local producer Jimmy Fitzpatrick in hopes of landing a part in a series or movie. Read More...

  • Karlee Leilani Perez was born to an entrepreneur family in Tampa, Florida. Her ethnic backgrounds include Spanish, Cuban, Italian, Hawaiian, Irish, and Chinese. Karlee studied criminology and later worked at the state attorney's office. She first gained fame with World Wrestling Entertainment as WWE's Diva "Maxine". Read More...

  • Bryan Thompson’s path to the U.S. Army was a circuitous one. The Detroit native earned his bachelor’s degree in International Trade from Eastern Michigan University before getting hired by Stahls, a sportswear graphics company. He got the job because he was fluent in Spanish, a skill he attributes to the first military mentor in his life. Read More...

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