Created by Producer/Writer-Director, Felix Pire, Latinas en L.A. follows the stories of several sassy, sexy and smart Latina ladies.
This new series deals with the socio-cultural ups and downs of young Latina women in Los Angeles looking to make it big in life and love.
Join Nina, Valentina, Lydia and Anita as they let you peek into their lives and show you a Latina love of the sexiest kind… (A Latina “Sex in the City”).
Starring: Susan Artigas, Karla Menjivar, Sasha Ramos, and Ana Asensio.
Click here for the latest webisodes and to check out what the girls are up to: Latinas En L.A. Blog.
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• The sassy Señor Loro, a crazy Cuban parrot, hosts this wacky late night variety show, with a slew of new off-beat puppet characters with what his broadcast studio (set in an undisclosed location in South Beach, Florida) claims is a legitimate “Latino Point of View”.
• Having written and directed several webisodes of LosTiteres.TV, Felix was accepted into the 2008 Producer’s Guild of America Diversity Workshop, which connects applicants with professional producers in the guild who help mentor young producers and their projects along. Felix’s television comedy pitch is for a nightly comedy/variety series with Latino puppets: LosTiteres.TV.
• BACKGROUND: In 2006, Felix started this compilation of puppet characters for a new webisode variety show called “LosTiteres.TV” (Spanish for “The Puppets.TV”) with aspirations to move to television.
As an homage to Jim Henson’s Muppets, Felix produced the series with a new Latin-flavored, satirical, puppet webisode variety angle, which would initially be possible to shoot with a very small “internet” budget, yet engender memorable and lovable characters.
LosTiteres.TV made its debut in 2007 and is in ongoing production, with many webisodes and blogs entries up on the site, and others appearing monthly. The library of characters, puppeteers, talented actors and original segments involved with the show is ever growing.
A pilot film is written. Plans are for it to be produced and entered in film festivals.
Television Script Samples for the half hour series can be found by clicking here: LosTiteres.TV Storylines and Scripts
• Behind the camera, in 2004, he served as producer and editor (“preditor“) of station promos and local commercials for the Spanish language television station AZTECA, Channel 54 in Los Angeles.
• He has served as associate editor for two feature documentary films, Without a Net: Creating NYPD Blue (which won a Platinum Award at the Houston International Film Festival), and Open Hearted.