Carlos Moreno Jr, COCO, Pixar

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Pixar’s Coco and the World of Animation with Carlos Moreno Jr.

Today on the show is Carlos Moreno Jr. Carlos was the voice of a handful of characters in the Oscar® Nominated Animated Masterpiece “Coco.” Coco is, by far, one of the best-animated films I’ve ever experienced. It one of my top five films of 2017.

Carlos Moreno Jr., key to the stellar cast of Pixar’s most lauded feature since “Toy Story,” is a name you need to know from “Coco,” the multi-awarded, “Golden Globe” and “Critic’s Choice” winner, was the headline speaker at the Sundance Latino Filmmakers panel where he will launch the Legacy App. (www.legacyapp.co) with the always appealing, creator Mel Ramirez.  This app allows you to share your photos and videos with your loved ones long after you have passed.

This app allows you to share your photos and videos with your loved ones long after you have passed.  A highlight of this stand-alone special Festival programming is the selection of a unique, top-tier film to premiere after the panel which is Moreno’s signature award-winning short, “Panacea.” We are joined by star and co-writer of the short Kyle Devero.

Thanks again to Media Circus PR who co-produced these podcasts episodes with me. Enjoy my interview with Carlos Moreno Jr.

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