United Tejano Artists to cast independent film


You don't have too much time to prepare â?? casting is tomorrow. But watch the clip from the original above to get the character down.

Press release reprinted below:

WHAT: Casting call set for UTA's indie film “Los Tres Perez”

WHEN: Starts 10 a.m. to midnight. Wednesday, June 23.

WHERE: Upstairs, Body Art Tattoo, 2109 Buffalo St, (at Southcross)

CONTACT: Jorge Flores 210-522-0160, Teresa Velasquez 210-374-6222


SAN ANTONIO — United Tejano Artists, one of the city's brand new artistic organizations, has launched its company with the casting call of its first film, “Los Tres Perez,” a film based on the romantic 1947 comedy ranchera classic “Los Tres Garcia.”

The casting call is set for 10 a.m.-midnight Wednesday, June 23 at Body Art Tattoo, 2109 Buffalo St. in San Antonio, Texas Executive Producer Jorge Flores will lead a crew of directors, cameramen and technicians in the first major step of this film adaptation, expected to be released in late 2010.

United Tejano Artists is an organization comprised of artists, producers and other music professionals dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Tex-Mex music genres through film.

“Los Tres Perez” synopsis:

”Three hard-working, hard-partying Mexican-American cousins vie for the love of the young and beautiful Mexico City-born Rosita who visits America for this first time in this romantic comedy. The American assimilated blue-collar cousins love the charro heritage and they deal with a stern old-school grandma while they haplessly chase in song and dance - the lovely Rosita in this captivating comedy about cultural shock and family tradition.”


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