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Mexico should be 'springboard' for LatAm films, actor Gael Garcia says

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Guadalajara (Mexico), Dec 7 (EFE) .- Mexican actor and director Gael García Bernal said Saturday that Mexico can take advantage of its proximity to the United States and be a springboard for Latin American films to be distributed in the US."Mexico should take advantage of the geographical and cultural position to be a very strong core and springboard for Latin American films, not only Mexican movies. They really have a lot of potential," Garcia Bernal said during a press conference at the Mexican International Book Fair (FIL) in Guadalajara, in which he presented his new book "Chicuarotes". (Camera: JOSÉ LUIS GONZÁLEZ). SHOTLIST: MEXICAN ACTOR AND DIRECTOR GAEL GARCÍA BERNAL PRESENTING HIS NEW BOOK IN A PRESS CONFERENCE AT THE 33RD INTERNATIONAL BOOK FAIR (FIL) IN GUADALAJARA, MEXICO.SOUNDBITES: GAEL GARCÍA BERNAL, ACTOR (IN SPANISH)TRANSLATIONS: 1.) Mexico should take advantage of its geographical and cultural position to be a very strong core and springboard for Latin American films, not only Mexican ones. They really have a lot of potential.2.) Hopefully Mexico is that place where these films are manifested and that we manage to incorporate the different points of view and geographies of these places (in Latin America) that are like our brothers.

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