Moctesuma Esparza, award-winning filmmaker, producer, entrepreneur and activist, is revered for his contributions to the movie industry and commitment to Latinos everywhere. Esparza established Maya Cinemas, a growing chain of modern movie theatre complexes, and Maya Entertainment, the only Latino owned Entertainment Company targeting U.S. Latinos today. Some of his production credits include Selena, The Milagro Beanfield War and Walkout for HBO. Esparza founded the Los Angeles Academy of Arts and Enterprise Charter School, is Co-Founder of the Smithsonian Latino Center, and founding Member of the Cesar Chavez Foundation. In this conversation, Moctesuma shares his thoughts on living a full life as well as his practices around communication.
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