Amexica (film)

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Amexica
Amexicaposter (2).jpg
Promotional poster
Directed by Ron Krauss
Produced by Steve Beeson
Marvin Cheng
Thomas D'Amico
Elissa Glasband
Paul Hellerman
Michael Kolko
Ron Krauss
S. Charles Musumeci
Antonio Pereira
P.J. Sodaski
P.J. Sodaski
Frank Wolff
Written by Ron Krauss
Starring AnnaLynne McCord
Joseph Ferante
Jordan James
Music by Assaf Rinde
Cinematography Jason Lehel
Edited by Mark Sult
Release date(s) 2010
Running time 25 minutes
Country United States
Language Spanish
English

Amexica is a 2010 American short film starring AnnaLynne McCord. It was written and directed by Ron Krauss. It has been screened at several festivals, such as the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films, Mexico International Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu, and the Malibu International Film Festival.[1]

Plot[edit]

A couple of con artists buy a young boy from a child trafficking ring and use him for a get-rich scheme in a series of false roads accidents.[2]

Cast[edit]

  • AnnaLynne McCord as Woman
  • Joseph Ferrante as Man
  • Jordan James as Boy
  • Gloria Sandoval as El Pastor
  • Bernadette Wysocki as Accident Victim #1
  • Cary Joseph as Doctor
  • David Schroeder as Accident Victim #2
  • Yasmine Nickle as Girl with doll
  • Andres Salazar as Trafficker
  • AJ Anselmo as Boy in warehouse
  • Alexa Gardner as Girl in warehouse
  • Hannah Taylor Greene as Child at playground
  • Bonnie Hellman as Waitress
  • Jenny M. Rich as Receptionist
  • Evan Lake Schelton as Child at playground

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kennedy, Craig (September 23, 2010). "Short film ‘Amexica’ addresses human trafficking, gets weekend Oscar qualifying run in LA". Living in Cinema. Retrieved March 27, 2014. 
  2. ^ Films Amexica Palm Springs International Film Society. Retrieved on 2 September 2010

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