HABLA LOUD, the most recent installment of the award-winning “Habla” sequence from HBO, debuts FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 on HBO Max. The hour-long particular options interviews from inspiring celebrities and influential Latinos placing the highlight on filmmakers and content material creators for a world viewers, in each English and Spanish. HABLA LOUD options Nicolas Entel, Leila Cobo, Carla Morrison, Wilson Cruz, Isabella Gomez, Natalie Diaz, Ritchie Torres and extra.
“I’m intrigued by private experiences that result in social adjustments,” mentioned sequence creator and director, Alberto Ferreras. “Each story on this new installment is about transformation: how did Residente change into a rapper, or Mickey Melendez change into an activist and the founding father of the Younger Lords? How did poet Natalie Diaz rescue the language of her Mojave tribe? We spoke with artists, activists, journalists, and political representatives to disclose how their private journeys have had an eternal affect locally. HABLA LOUD will assist us perceive the profound complexity of the Latino expertise within the U.S.”
Moreover, we’re celebrating our storytellers’ best pleasure, heritage, and keenness, by highlighting tales closely influenced by our roots, experiences and our neighborhood. Be a part of us as we transfer #PalanteAIMax and have a good time that our Latinidad Is Our Superpower. “Latinidad Is Our Superpower” consists of earlier Habla installments, accessible to stream within the Nuestras Voices assortment on HBO Max.
Latindad Is Our Superpower options the next titles:
- Habla Now (HBO)
- Habla Loud (HBO)
- Habla Males (HBO)
- Habla Y Vota (HBO)
- Habla Girls (HBO)
- Habla Texas (HBO)
- Movie star Habla 2 (HBO)
- Movie star Habla 1 (HBO)
- Habla Ya (HBO)
- Habla Mas (HBO)
- Habla Y Habla (HBO)
HABLA LOUD options the contributions of the next expertise:
- René Pérez Joglar (Puerto Rican Rapper) is a Grammy award-winning rapper, author, producer, and co-founder of Calle 13. He’s most acknowledged for his dedication to social justice, championing academic and native rights throughout Latin America.
- Carla Morrison (Mexican Singer) is a Mexican indie-pop singer and composer. Her uncooked retellings of emotional, private heartbreaks are the bedrock of Carla’s materials, and this trustworthy method earned her a number of Grammy nominations and Latin Grammy wins over the course of 5 albums. Taking the outside stage at Coachella, sharing a invoice with rock giants Enjambre at Mexico Metropolis’s Palacio de los Deportes and filling to capability as headliner town’s famed Auditorio Nacional, opening for excursions in Spain, Latin America, and a sold-out stretch of U.S. exhibits adopted.
- Wilson Cruz (Afro-Puerto Rican Actor) is an award-winning Actor, Producer, Activist “Actorvist,” and Humanitarian. Cruz presently stars as Dr. Hugh Culber on the award-winning CBS All Entry sequence “Star Trek: Discovery.” Receiving the Emery S. Hetrick Award from the Hetrick-Martin Institute for Excellent Contributions to LGBTQ Youth, for his position as Rickie Vasquez on the ABC sequence “My So Referred to as Life,” Wilson grew to become the primary brazenly Homosexual actor taking part in an brazenly Homosexual position on sequence tv. Cruz just lately accepted GLAAD’s 2022 Vito Russo Award on the thirty third GLAAD Awards. He additionally serves on the board of GLSEN and devotes appreciable time supporting different LBGTQ organizations as properly.
- Isabella Gomez (Colombian – American Actress) is greatest recognized for starring in “One Day at a Time” and her starring position in HBO Max’s reboot of “Head of the Class,” which premiered in October 2021.
- Curly Velasquez (El Salvadorian Influencer) is an actor and producer greatest recognized for his work on Buzzfeed Video, in addition to the tv sequence Vida (2018) and Pero Like (2016).
- Leonardo Nam (Argentine-Australian Actor) is an Argentine-Australian actor. He made his breakthrough as Roy in “The Excellent Rating” and gained additional recognition for his roles as Morimoto in “The Quick and the Livid: Tokyo Drift” and Brian McBrian in “The Sisterhood of the Touring Pants 2.” Leonardo performs Felix Lutz on the critically acclaimed, award-winning HBO sequence “Westworld.”
- Olga Merediz (Cuban-American Actress) is an American actress and singer. Merediz originated the position of Abuela Claudia within the Broadway musical “Within the Heights,” for which she obtained a Tony Award nomination for Finest Efficiency by a Featured Actress in a Musical.
- Carmen Yulín Cruz (Puerto Rican Politician) is a Puerto Rican politician who served as mayor of town of San Juan, Puerto Rico from 2013 to 2020. From 2009 via 2013, she served within the Home of Representatives of Puerto Rico.
- Nicolas Entel (Argentine Filmmaker) is an Argentine filmmaker. He has written, directed, and produced exhibits for Amazon Studios, Netflix, and HBO.
- Leila Cobo (Columbian Journalist) is a Colombian journalist, author, novelist, pianist, and tv present host. She is famous for her protection of Latin music for Billboard the place she is presently Govt Editor of Latin Content material and Programming, overseeing the model’s protection and improvement of Latin music throughout all its platforms.
- Natalie Diaz (Mojave American Poet) is Mojave and an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Tribe. Her first poetry assortment, “When My Brother Was an Aztec,” was printed by Copper Canyon Press in 2012. She is a 2018 MacArthur Basis Fellow, a Lannan Literary Fellow, and a Native Arts Council Basis Artist Fellow.
- Ritchie Torres (Afro-Latino Politician) is an American politician from New York. A member of the Democratic Occasion, he’s the U.S. consultant for New York’s fifteenth congressional district. Richie grew to become New York Metropolis’s youngest elected official and the primary brazenly L.G.B.T.Q. individual elected to workplace within the Bronx.
- Mickey Melendez (Cuban Rican Activist/Writer) is an activist for Latino and Puerto Rican rights. He has held senior positions within the New York Metropolis authorities and has taught within the Black and Hispanic research division at Baruch School.
- Bianca Marroquín (Mexican Theater Actress) is a Mexican musical theater and tv actress recognized for being the primary Mexican actress to have a starring position on Broadway.