Arts Express: John Leguizamo Talks Fugly


John Leguizamo Talks Fugly: Hi latest social satire on screen signifies, regarding Leguizamo’s sort on ongoing cinematic metaphorical rehab to deal with his serial sexism.

Or does he?

Other hot topics on the table in this somewhat closet biopic, include ‘Hollywouldn’t’ and Latino actors, power and privilege in Latin America, and a ‘reflection’ of himself as a Latino James Joyce when he looks in the mirror. As Leguizamo talks Fugliness, the FARC, and art as a form of revenge.


Leguizamo in July 2013.

Unshackled: A presentation of prisoner testimonials, and musical performances from Toshi Reagon and Morley. And a speakout concerning mass incarceration and pregnant inmates in labor, routinely bound in chains. An Arts Express on location report.

Miss Meadows: Katie Holmes stars as the perky tap dancing terrorist, in this satirical when not scary psychosocial thriller. A commentary.

Broe On The Global Television Beat: Professor Dennis Broe with his fall season wrap-up report.

Poetry Corner: Deep South poet Minne Bruce Pratt reads from her latest work, The Money Machine.

Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.