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Cafecito: Director Robert Rodriguez on Latinos in Hollywood, Advice for Success

Director Robert Rodriguez shares advice on success and Latinos in Hollywood. This Cafecito segment aired on Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. (Published Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015)

Creative director and industry pioneer Robert Rodriguez joins Cafecito to discuss the progress Latinos have made in Hollywood, the El Rey Network and the importance of building bridges between entertainment, politics and business.

Rodriguez broke on to the scene in 1993 when he produced and directed the hit independent film "El Mariachi" at age 23 for $7,000.

Known for hits like "From Dusk Till Dawn," "Spy Kids," "Sin City" and "Machete," the creative Texas-native and proud Mexican-American offered his advice for people who are chasing their dreams.

For more information on Robert Rodriguez, El Rey, and his upcoming projects visit elreynetwork.com and follow him on Twitter @Rodriguez.

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Previous interviews on Cafecito:

Producer/Host: Feliciano Garcia
Video Editor: Michael Tomczyk
Director of Photography: Brian Caraveo
Camera: Michelle Huete-Sardaryzadeh
Music: RoYal Z for Humbled Soul Productions
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