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Cafecito: Guillermo del Toro on Challenges After Arriving to US From Mexico

In this week's Cafecito, director Guillermo Del Toro speaks about the challenges he faced after arriving to the U.S. from Mexico and supporting Latinos in Hollywood. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014)

Prolific director and producer, Guillermo del Toro, speaks about the challenges he faced when he first arrived in Hollywood from Mexico in the 1990s and explained why it's important for him to include Latinos on-screen and behind the scenes in his projects.

Known for creative films like "Pan's Labyrinth," "Hellboy," "Pacific Rim" and "Book of Life," del Toro reflected on winning the 2014 NCLR ALMA Anthony Quinn Award for Industry Excellence and offered his advice for young people who are breaking into the industry.

For more information on del Toro and his upcoming projects visit deltorofilms.com.

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Cafecito: Rosie Perez on Art in Schools

[LA] Cafecito: Rosie Perez on Art in Schools
Proud Puerto Rican actress, activist and TV host Rosie Perez discusses why she fights to keep the arts in underserved schools and more in this week’s Cafecito, as seen on the NBC4 News at 6 on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. (Published Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014)

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

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