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Inspiration of ‘Triumph’: Movie premiere celebrates inclusivity

BROWNSVILLE — Mariachi serenaded the entrance at Cinemark Sunrise Mall as flashing lights turned on and welcomed what became a night of celebration and...

Movie with a purpose: ‘Triumph’ aims to bring awareness to local nonprofits

Actor Roy Frank "RJ" Mitte III, best known for his role as Walt Jr. in the AMC series “Breaking Bad”, is bringing Hollywood to...

Four RGV recipients of grant aimed to transform the US-Mexico border narrative

In a partnership with the Ford Foundation, the National Association of Latinos Arts and Cultures selected four projects from the Rio Grande Valley to...

Edinburg music legend Eric ‘Fly’ López immortalized with mural

Ice Cream and Anarchy. Bible Bashers. Filthy F----rs. Although no one knows how many bands Eric “Fly” López played in, some say it could’ve...

Drive-in premiere set for Hulu’s ‘Helstrom’ starring Valley actress

A drive-in TV show premiere this weekend will feature a Rio Grande Valley native in a leading role. RGV native and McAllen ISD graduate Ariana Guerra stars as Gabriella Rosetti in the Hulu series “Helstrom,” now streaming. The event, titled “Vote Early, Stay Late,” is a screening of the first episode of the series, and admission is free to guests who show proof they voted or intend to vote during the early voting period. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

Hollywood in Harlingen: Movie on migrant debate filming here

HARLINGEN — Adrieanna Aparicio was stunned to find out a Hollywood film crew is shooting a movie in town. “Oh, wow!” Aparicio, a retail saleswoman,...

Alyssa Milano candid on importance of filming immigration movie in RGV

In an era where politics and immigration are synonymous, film continues to be an art form that can change minds — at least according to Alyssa Milano. Principal photography for the family film “Gift of an Angel” was slated to begin this week in locations throughout the Rio Grande Valley. Award-winning director Amanda Raymond rewrote the script and is directing the feature with Pirnia and Andrew Sugerman producing. Milano of “Charmed” fame stars alongside Christian de la Fuente, Angel Parker and Eva Ariel Binder. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

McAllen actor, playwright talks Sundance award-winning film, playing Freddy Fender

Actor and playwright Raúl Castillo has a good problem — a booked schedule filled with roles not allowing the McAllen native time to write.While...