Friday, March 29, 2013

Viggo Mortensen: Why Don't Spanish-Language Films Get Any Respect?

Viggo Mortensen and director
Ana Piterbarg
hold the Argentine flag
at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival
screening of Everybody Has a Plan
Check out Lucas Shaw's article in The Wrap where Viggo Mortensen talks of his new Argentine film Everybody Has a Plan/Todos tenemos un plan (directed by Ana Piterbarg) and the lack of respect most Spanish-language films get in the United States with regards to promotion and distribution by clicking here.

1 comment:

M Latino said...

Have you seen what passes for cinema on channel 41 or 47.. it is this narco terrorist or some BULLSHIT Rancho romance where gender roles are blurred.
Viggo is correct.