La Libertad: Where were you born?
Cynthia: I was born in Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico; the avocado capital of the world!
La Libertad: When did you start Glix Entertainment?
Cynthia: Glix Entertainment started in 2012.
La Libertad: What would you like to tell our readers about the titles you are promoting at A.F.M. [American Film Market]?
Cynthia: We are very excited about our current Line Up; we have a very diverse slate, with great talent attached, and genres that appeal to a large audience.
Hide in the Light is a horror film about an adventurous group of friends dare to break into the abandoned orphanage and quickly find themselves trapped and fighting against unnatural forces.
The Last Night Inn is a crime/thriller that reveals the inter-cutting stories of desperation, sex, and deceit, which takes place at a crappy L.A. motel in a night of coincidences, betrayals, and crime.
The Broken Legacy is a coming of age film that follows a lost screenwriter who recruits the help of an egotistical philosopher in order to attract the girl of his dreams while voluntarily testing a new drug at a research facility.
The Last Train is a drama inspired by true events that follows Anthony and Rain, strangers who have chosen this night to die, but when an argument prevents them from jumping in front of the same train they are forced to confront their demons and take a chance on love as wary partners on the road to hope.
La Libertad: What do you love most about your work?
Cynthia: I love being on set and making things happen; I’m very hands-on. I’m also very organized and very good with budgeting, so I take pride in being able to stretch every penny to maximize the production value. I try to keep busy and love meeting new people who share our passion for storytelling and expanding our network.
La Libertad: What talents and hobbies do you have?
Cynthia: I’m also an actress, so when I’m not behind the cameras, you can definitely find me in front of the camera; and on my free time, I’m either reading the next project, or watching a new T.V. show.
La Libertad: What inspires you?
Cynthia: People. Random people - anyone who’s passionate about their craft, no matter what it is - I find that inspiring and motivating. I admire anyone who’s not afraid to take risks, and fights for what they believe in.
La Libertad: What is the hardest part about film-making?
Cynthia: Not doing it. Every production has it’s own challenges, but everything is possible; you have to just go for it. Everyone knows it’s a tough industry, but every obstacle comes with a solution, you just have to find it, and keep moving.
La Libertad: What foreign languages, if any, do you read, write, and/or speak?
Cynthia: I’m from Mexico, so Spanish is my first language, and English is my second.
La Libertad: What are your overall career goals?
Cynthia: Keep creating good content, and moving into bigger budgets.
La Libertad: What projects are you currently working on?
Cynthia: At the moment I have several projects under development. “The Bone Box” is the next one in the pipeline and I’m very excited about it. It has great cast attached, and it’s a fantastic horror script about a desperate grave robber who comes to believe that he’s being haunted by those he stole from.
La Libertad: What upcoming events, if any, do you intend to participate in?
Cynthia: At the moment we are focusing on A.F.M., and right after that we have A.F.I. [American Film Institute].
La Libertad: What links would you like to share?
Cynthia: Our company website with more information about us and our upcoming projects:
Our Non-Profit organization:
My personal IMdB link:
La Libertad: What else, if anything, would you like to tell our readers?
Cynthia: "If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough!”
Thank you for reading!
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