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Interview: Director Carmen Marron’s Passion to ‘Go For It!’

Chicago – What if you had a deep desire and passion to make a movie? Would you know what to do, how to go about it? Carmen Marron was in that spot seven years ago, with no connections, no clue on how to do it, only that necessary passion and desire. This Friday, her hip-hop dance film, “Go for It!” opens in 250 theaters nationwide.

The extraordinary journey of Carmen Marron is one of grit and determination. She learned the right process of movie making, sought the right advice and knocked on the right doors. She wrote the screenplay, directed the film and took it to the festivals, where it won four audience favorite awards. Lionsgate distributors contacted her last August, and is now releasing Go for It!. Carmen Marron is simply the little engine that could, a monument to the power of a can-do spirit.

Carmen Marron at the Chicago International Film Festival,
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Featured Trailer: Go For It

Check out the trailer for the upcoming dance-drama Go For It.  The film follows a young girl from Chicago as she attempts to overcome her fears and just go for it when it comes to her dancing career.

Go For It stars Aimee Garcia, Gina Rodriguez, Al Bandiero, Derrick Denicola, Andres Perez-Molin, Louie Alegria, Jossara Jinaro, Rene Rosado, David Hernandez, The Beat Freaks, and Somaya Reece.

The film, directed by Carmen Marron, is set to hit theaters in select cities this Friday, May 13.

What do you think of this dance-drama?

Go For It Trailer
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"Go For It" : Carmen Is A Good Student With A Bad Attitude

Sneak Peek 2 posters supporting the upcoming dramatic 'dance' feature "Go for It!", directed by Carmen Marron, starring Aimee Garcia, Al Bandiero, Jossara Jinaro, Gina Rodriguez and Louie Alegria :

"...'Carmen' is a good student with a bad attitude who lives for dancing in the underground clubs of Chicago. She yearns to be ‘somebody’ but is afraid to believe in herself. Her immigrant Mexican, working-class parents want her to stay in school and get an education, so she attends junior college while working at a grocery store. Carmen’s professor catches her performing one day in the neighborhood and challenges her to audition for a formal dance school in California..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Go For It!"...
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