Benjamin Bratt and his brother Peter received the Allies in Media Awardfor their work in raising trans awareness with their film, La Mission at the Equality California’s Equality Awards in San Francisco last Saturday. Photos can be found at
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EurWeb.com published an article and an interview with Benjamin Bratt explaining how he (Benjamin Bratt) and director Ric Roman Waugh went about making Pintera a believable archenemy, able to take on all 6 foot 5, 240 pounds of The Rock.
Benjamin Bratt – along with Private Practice co-stars Paul Adelstein, Amy Brenneman and Tim Daly – is going to perform in this year’s CHIMEapalooza to raise funds for the CHIME institute, which has been hailed as a national leader in the development and implementation of inclusive education.
The event is to take place from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, in the Plaza del Sol Performance Hall at California State University, Northridge.
Latino Review published another exclusive interview with Benjamin Bratt about Snitch and his role in it. To read it, go to
Movie Fanatic published an interview to Benjamin Bratt about Snitch. To watch the video, go to
The action thriller Snitch – featuring Benjamin playing a major player in a drug cartel, outed by Dwayne Johnson’s character, a father forced to become a DEA informant and go undercover to reduce his teenage son’s prison sentence – is out in USA theaters today.
Release dates have been announced for Brazil (March 1), Iceland (March 22), Belgium (April 3), the UK (April 5), the Netherlands (April 18) and Argentina (April 25), while it was released in Russia yesterday.
The Lesser Blessed is playing tonight at 7 pm at the Victoria Film Festival (The Vic Theatre), in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
US Rights to The Lesser Blessed – starring Benjamin Bratt alongside Kiowa Gordon and Chloe Rose – have been acquired by Monterey Media. Theatrical distribution is planned for late Spring 2013.
Moreover, The Lesser Blessed received a nomination for a Canadian Screen Award – Best Adapted Screenplay. Live awards gala on CBC, March 3rd.