LatinoReview Launches Exclusive Monthly Screening Series

LatinoReview (LR) announced today it's launch of a monthly film screening series with exclusive content on their website. Every month, the website will launch and exhibit the selected short film with its never seen before content in it's entirety on the LatinoReview site. To embark on this event, the first inaugural short for the new year and the month of January is RED PRINCESS BLUES ANIMATED: THE BOOK OF VIOLENCE.

LatinoReview who has reviewed many films in the past, decided this time they would switch it up and provide an opportunity for filmmakers. LR has always been able to provide exclusive interviews and reviews, but with the added content, this is sure to provide passage way for films that may not in the normal route obtain notoriety through regular media outlets. LR will launch once a month a short film that has not been viewed online before alongside with intimate review. This month's film will be reviewed by LR's notorious "El Mayimbe".

The short film RED PRINCESS BLUES ANIMATED: THE BOOK OF VIOLENCE (RPB) is written and produced by Alex Ferrari. Making his directorial debut is Dan Cregan. RPB is an animated short film prequel to Ferrari's feature film RED PRINCESS BLUES. The tale is about twelve year old girl who finds herself in a strange country looking for her father. She is taken in by a unique looking man who goes by Nino. The short film is narrated from the view of the girl and the things she is going through. She soon discovers the "Book of Violence" and the beginning of her journey that leads to vengeance. To see the premiere of RPB please go to:

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