Category: Film


Variety: “Management-production shingle launches with Maria Montez biopic”

December 8th, 2011 — 6:00am

Check out this Variety article. Thanks Aida Bernal, the new member of our team. I’m blessed. Our project, Maria Montez The Movie, just keeps getting better and bigger. Thank you God!


Announcement, Communication, Film, Press

Celines Toribio on DiarioSocialRD.com

November 15th, 2011 — 12:00pm

Actress Celines Toribio speaks with Pedro Almodóvar about her upcoming film: MARIA MONTEZ

Read the Spanish article here.

Film, Interview, Press

Santo Domingo Times: Homage to the Queen of Technicolor… Maria Montez

September 19th, 2011 — 10:07am

Celines Toribio revives the glamour of Old Hollywood by embodying the legendary, Maria Montez, in the pages of The Santo Domingo Times.





Film, Press

Interview with NocheLatina.com

September 7th, 2011 — 8:00am


In this special interview for NocheLatina.com, Celines touches upon what it means to be a sexy Latina, her recent films Trópico de Sangre and America, her role models and her new project Maria Montez the movie.

Click HERE to read the entire interview on the Noche Latina website.

Film, Interview, Press

America Premiere at LALIFF

July 24th, 2011 — 12:00pm

We had an amazing time at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival premiering America with much of the cast and production crew! Thanks to everyone who came out to screen the movie! If you missed it, here are some photos of the event.


Left to right: Director Sonia Fritz and actors Yareli Arizmendi, Celines Toribio, Yencey Arias, Lymari Nadal, Tony Plana and Edward James Olmos.


Celines Toribio speaking with the media.


Left to right: Edward James Olmos, Isabella Wall, Carolina Davalos & Celines Toribio.


Celines Toribio and Cuitlahuac Gonzalez.

To view more pictures, click here.

Love,
Celines

Film, Premiere, Press, Red Carpet

America @ LALIFF

July 20th, 2011 — 12:00pm

Today, we celebrate the American premiere of America, which will be showing at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. Please join us if you’re in Los Angeles! Celines Toribio, along with other actors from the movie, will be present. The first screening is taking place at 5pm and the second at 9pm. For ticket information, click here!

American Trailer:

Celines in America:

Announcement, Film, Premiere

Celines Toribio at Hispanicize 2011

April 8th, 2011 — 12:00pm

Celines Toribio was a special guest at Hispanicize 2011, one of the most important conferences for people practicing Hispanic communications in the United States. The conference took place in Los Angeles, Calif.


Celines Toribio with acclaimed actor and Hispanicize 2011 Keynote Speaker, Edward James Olmos.


Right to Left: Actress Isabella Wall, Celines Toribio, Disney Parks spokeswoman Mari Santana and Manager of U.S. Communications at McDonald’s, Cristina Alfaro.

Check out this interview for Checa LA Movie blog.

Communication, Conference, Film

América Premieres in Puerto Rico

March 8th, 2011 — 12:00pm

The film América premiered in Puerto Rico on March 8; also known as International Women’s Day. San Juan, the country’s capitol, welcomed the main cast and we have exclusive photos from the event for the fans of CelinesToribio.net.


Acclaimed actor & executive producer of América, Edward James Olmos, with Celines Toribio.


Celines Toribio with acclaimed Puerto Rican author, Esmeralda Santiago. América the film was based on Santiago’s book, “América ‘s Dream.”


América director, Sonia Fritz, with Celines Toribio.


Limary Nadal plays the role of América, with Celines Toribio.


Actor Tony Plana with Celines Toribio.


Celines Toribio with husband, Giancarlo Chersich.

Film, Premiere

Celinés Toribio in América

February 15th, 2011 — 12:00pm

Celinés Toribio speaks about her experience playing the role of Miosotis in the film América.

Film

América Trailer

February 1st, 2011 — 12:00pm

América, a 30-year-old mother who lives in a remote Caribbean village, suffers the hardest hit when her lover takes her daughter away from her. Fury and fear push her to run away. In her life as a nanny in New York City, with support from relatives and other Latinas, América finds comfort and hope. When she dares to dream of a life without violence, reality hunts her down. Will she survive to tell her story?

Celinés Toribio plays the role of Miosotis, a Dominican babysitter illegally working in New York City.

Film, Trailer

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