In the April 2014 edition of TropicalFRONT on Intelatin Cloudcast features a dialogue on Latin American film with Carlos Gutiérrez of Cinema Tropical, a report from México on Luis Buñuel 1949, an interview with Christine Davila of Ambulante California, a feature on the life story of Nicholas González to support our film of the month, Water & Power by Richard Montoya. Intelatin's VOD pick of the month is Colombian film The Colors of the Mountains by Carlos César Arbeláez. Music performed by Fabiano do Nascimento.
Additionally, in support of the opening of Water & Power in Los Angeles and New York City, Intelatin sat down with lead actor Nicholas Gonzalez to enjoy a dish of Jicama Salad at Mercado LA. Over the course of a two-hour Chef's Table prepared by Jose Acevedo, Nicholas recounted his life story to Sergio C. Munoz. Once the transcript for the interview was arranged, Sergio at Intelatin wanted to find a way to tell the story in a unique fashion so he commissioned a puppet named Paco to re-tell the story. Here is the life story of Nicholas Gonzalez as told by Paco at Intelatin. Enjoy: