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The movie is based on Michael John Lachiusa’s chamber musical of the same name, originally produced by Lincoln Center Theatre in 1994 and nominated for eight Drama Desks. “Hello Again” is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s 1897 play “La Ronde: Hello Again” and follows 10 lost souls who skip across 10 periods in New York City history, slipping in and out of one another’s arms and beds.
- Dave McNary
Peliculas de Leyenda producer Ramiro Ruiz began his storied career as a line producer on Sam Mendes’ “Jarhead” and as a production manager for David Riker’s “The Girl” and Mexican-u.S. co-production “Mariachi Gringo” by Tom Gustafson. They were demanding shoots where he learned the nitty gritty of filmmaking.
“I think every producer should learn how to line produce and manage a production; get into the trenches, so to speak,” he says.
Majoring in anthropology has also served him well. “I’ve always joked to my students that one has to be an anthropologist, sociologist and psychologist to work on a set,” says Ruiz, who teaches production between shoots at the Universidad de la Comunicacion in Mexico City and has worked on commercials on occasion.
He co-produced Lourdes Grobet’s much-lauded docu “Bering,” and a host of notable pics and docus until he founded his shingle Leyenda in January »
- Anna Marie de la Fuente
2 items from 2015
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