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Los Cabos: Max Zunino, Laura Imperiale Prep Thriller ‘Where Shadows Walk’ (Exclusive)

Los Cabos: Max Zunino, Laura Imperiale Prep Thriller ‘Where Shadows Walk’ (Exclusive)
Los Cabos, Mexico — Multi-prized Mexican filmmaker Max Zunino is set to direct “A cielo abierto” (Where Shadows Walk), a psychological thriller with romantic and genre beats set against the background of big multinational mining corporations kinks in Latin America to organized crime.

Written by Zunino, “Where Shadows Walk” was presented at the 6th Los Cabos Festival’s films in development pitching sessions taking place this week at the Baja California resort.

Zunino’s third feature after “Open Cage” (2014), a Montreal Fest Fipresci prize winner and “Mist” (2016), shot in Berlin. Both presented convention-bucking across-the tracks friendships in a hostile social environment. “Where Shadows Walk” continues this in a love story but will mark a step-up in scale in its budget, production backing – it is set up at Cacerola Films, headed by Laura Imperiale – multiple locations, foreign lead and foreseeable international co-production.

Written by Zunino, “Where Shadows Walk” also drills down on the psychology of big business execs working
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2010 College and University Programs in Theater and Dance

The following is a list of accredited, degree-granting acting programs at colleges and universities in the United States and the United Kingdom. It includes schools that grant either a degree in acting or a degree in another major that has an acting component or concentration. In general, B.A.and M.A.programs are more academic in nature (though they may offer a performance component or concentration),while Bfa and Mfa programs focus on training professional performers.An A.A.is a two-year junior-college degree.The list also includes nondegree acting programs that have a structured curriculum.THEATERUndergraduateALABAMAAuburn UniversityDepartment of Theater, 211 Telfair B. Peet Theatre, Auburn, Al, 36849-5422. Dan Larocque, chair, theatre@auburn.edu; http://media.cla.auburn.edu/theatre; (334) 844-4748; B.A. in theater, Bfa in musical theater, performance, design/tech, and management. Auburn University, MontgomeryDepartment of Communication and Dramatic Arts, P.O. Box 244023, Rm 223 Liberal Arts, Montgomery, Al,
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