Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Prime Latino Media Salón (July 2017) - Passion Project & Getting It Done

NYC monthly series for independent Latino
multimedia-makers, actors & musicians
at The Green Room in New World Stages 

Join us at
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 from 7-10:30pm
A support network to advocate, promote & advance independent
mainstream and bilingual Latino projects in English and Spanish

As artists, we all have our passion project. But it’s all about getting it done! How do you raise the money? Where do you find the people to green light your project? What does it take to fill a theater, develop followers and get the views? It’s strategic planning! Listen to the proven award-winning artists. Join us as we feature inspirational storytellers and partake in networking, conversation and a drink within a community of ¡Latinos Unidos! All Welcome!

7-8pm: Networking

8-9pm: TÍO LOUIE Reporta: Interview filmmaker and actor
9-9:30pm: Musical Interview & live performance, “Salón Unplugged”
9:30-10:30pm: Networking

   Moderator: TIO LOUIE/Louis E. Perego Moreno, Founder/Executive Producer of PRIME LATINO MEDIA Salón & President, Skyline Features
•      Interview #1/Multimedia-maker: Leonard Zelig, called the Crowdfunding guru, he is an actor turned award-winning filmmaker who does horror.
•      Interview #2/Actor: Andrés Chulisi Rodríguez; called a mentor, he is an actor, poet, writer, producer and director currently in Growing Up Gonzales.
•      Interview #3/Music: Gregorio Uribe, called an important figure in the new Colombian musical movement he is accordionist, singer and songwriter.

 Location:  New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street (bet. 8th & 9th aves.), NYC

Next PRIME LATINO MEDIA Salón ~ September 2017

Leonard Zelig                               @leonardzelig
Award-winning film/theater director and crowdfunding guru with 20 years experience was awarded Best Director by HOLA for An Empty Shoebox, in which he shared the stage with Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón and Alfred Molina and the International ACE Award as Best Producer for Happy With My Mojo. Translúcido (Translucent) his latest film won the People's Choice award in both the Latin American Festival La Casa Cinefest and the Ecuadorian Film Festival in NY. And he’s producing horror films, too. http://tinyurl.com/ybwxfkc5

Interview #2: ACTOR
Andrés Chulisi Rodríguez                   @dray430
After an extensive run as actor, playwright, singer and poet he launched his own comedy troupe, Lose Control, in which he writes, produces and directs. He received the HOLA Award for best solo performance for Growing Up Gonzales. He performed his autobiographical one-man show, I’m Just Saying for The One Festival and was nominated for an HOLA Performer’s Choice Award. He is back performing in the Off-Broadway play, Growing Up Gonzales at the Actor’s Temple Theater. http://tinyurl.com/ycr5c3me
Interview #3: MUSICIAN

Gregorio Uribe                       @GregorioUribe
An established singer, songwriter, accordionist and big band leader, Uribe was born in Bogotá, Colombia. He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston. Uribe has forged a unique place in the music scene in both the United States and Latin America. Most recently, the multi-faceted Uribe put together a small ensemble that highlights his songwriting and the presence of the accordion. The much-awaited music video Salomé, shot in Havana with the all-female orchestra Canela de Cuba, is his homage to the femme fatale being released July 28th, 2017. http://tinyurl.com/yamlngx3

Host/Moderator: PRIME LATINO MEDIA Salón
Louis E. Perego Moreno/@TioLouie
Founder & Executive Producer of PRIME LATINO MEDIA, the largest network on the East Coast of independent Latino multimedia-makers, actors and musicians in bilingual Latino and mainstream media, digital and entertainment. A Social Impact Producer and Educator who for 35 years owns Skyline Features, a bilingual (English/Spanish) multimedia and educational production company developing documentaries, television programming and advertising commercials.

Join the following Professional Networking Group:
• Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA

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