Jesús Salvador Treviño Directing Resurrection Blvd.
* Directors Guild of America Career Tribute November 1, 2009
* Directors Guild of America Outstanding Daytime Drama "POWER-The Eddie Matos Story"
* Alma Award, Outstanding Director of a Prime-Time television drama "Third Watch"
* Pioneer Award, Hispanic Public Relations Association.
* Alma Award, Outstanding Director of a Prime-Time television drama " Prison Break "
* Directors Guild of America Outstanding Daytime Drama "Gangs"
* Alma Award, Outstanding Primetime drama series, "Resurrection Blvd."
* Nosotros Award - Best Documentary * Imagenes Award - Best Documentary "CHICANO! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement"
* Entertainment Industries Council, Award of Merit, THE PRACTICE "Rhyme & Reason"
* Economic Justice Award, Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
NOW AVAILABLE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE FABULOUS SINKHOLE
"Treviño is as talented a writer as he is a director. His work is both visionary and chilling. The stories literally crawl into your mind and squirm around inside. You won't be able to forget them."
John Carpenter, writer/director of The Thing, Halloween, They Live, and The Fog
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT EYEWITNESS:
"A riveting and courageous testimony that rekindles the spirit of the Chicano urban movement bringing to life the total commitment , excitement, sacrifice and unquenchable energy that built the movement. His unique, honest, uncompromising story shines a light of understandingon the Chicano life experience, the poverty, inferiority, police brutality, institutionalized discrimination and betrayal."
Dolores Huerta, former Vice-President of the United Farm Workers Union
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT IN SEARCH OF AZTLAN
"An hour long "docu-comedy" starring the popular L.A.-based Chicano performance troupe Culture Clash...the video shifts between metaphysical slapstick and probing interviews with historians, anthropologists, community activists and union leaders, the documentary makes a credible case for Aztlán's historic reality while adding a suitably postmodern, pop-culture spin."
Reed Johnson, Los Angeles Times
THE SKYSCRAPER THAT FLEW
THE SKYSCRAPER THAT FLEW takes off where THE FABULOUS SINKHOLE left off and involves the adventures of Choo Choo Torres, Yoli Mendoza, Mrs. Romero and all the madcap characters who reside in Arroyo Grande, an ordinary town where unusual things often happen."
"The characters without exception are compassionately drawn and memorable...this book is for anyone who enjoys imaginative tales with a positive and humorous outlook on the human condition." The Tennessean
"The characters in these loosely linked tales, cause a visitor to exclaim, "It reminds me of tutti frutti ice cream!" All those tastes, she goes on to explain, leave you feeling so good inside. Just so, these stories." The Bloomsbury Review
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