FED UP: Mexican Actor/Director Kuno Becker To Narrate Spanish Version!

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"FED UP: Mexican Actor/Director Kuno Becker To Narrate Spanish Version!"

RADiUS-TWC announced that Latinos will also have the opportunity to see a Spanish version of FED UP – the much buzzed about new film featuring narration by Mexican film and television actor/director Kuno Becker – when it hits theaters nationwide later this month. FED UP, which chronicles several families, among them a Latino family, unearths the dirty little secret your favorite brands don’t want you to know – far more of us get sick from what we eat than anyone ever realized due in large part to the fact that 80% of the 600,000 food products sold in this country have added sugar.

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FED UP featuring narration in English by Katie Couric opens nationwide May 9. The Spanish language version of FED UP hits theaters May 16.

According to a study released by the Office of Minority Health in 2010, Latinos in the U.S. are 20% more likely to be obese than non-Hispanic whites and that doesn’t sit well with Becker.

“It’s troubling to learn that obesity is among the leading killers in Mexico where I come from and that here, in the U.S., Hispanic obesity rates outpace those of non Latinos,” said Becker. “I’m tremendously proud to partner with RADiUS-TWC on FED UP and do my part so that the Hispanic community and our nation at large can start to make educated decisions about the food they are eating.”

Becker directed his first feature film PANIC 5 BRAVO this year, which premiered at the Guadalajara International Film Festival. He is best known among U.S. Hispanic audiences for his portrayal of Ruben Berrizabal in Televisa’s ratings juggernaut telenovela Soñadoras and Santiago Muñez in Disney’s soccer trilogy “Goal!”

FED UP was directed by award winning Stephanie Soechtig (TAPPED) and produced by Katie Couric (who also narrates the English version) and Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH).

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ABOUT RADiUS-TWC: RADiUS-TWC is the boutique label from the Weinstein Company (TWC) and the first studio division dedicated to both multi-platform VOD and theatrical distribution. Utilizing both traditional and digital media, RADiUS-TWC brings the highest quality films and other specialty entertainment to a wider audience than ever before. Founded and led by Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, the label continues to develop innovative distribution strategies to make marquee content available to consumers where, when and how they want it. The label’s inaugural slate included such films as BACHELORETTE (the first multi-platform film to hit #1 on iTunes and the only multi-platform release to ever reach #4 for top Cable VOD performers) and Cannes competition entry ONLY GOD FORGIVES directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and starring Ryan Gosling and Kristen Scott Thomas. Recent releases include: Morgan Neville’s Oscar winner 20 FEET FROM STARDOM; Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman’s LOVELACE; Zachary Heinzerling’s Oscar nominated CUTIE AND THE BOXER (Sundance 2013 U.S. Documentary Directing Award), Jacob Kornbluth’s INEQUALITY FOR ALL (Sundance 2013 U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award); Jonathan Levine’s long awaited horror debut ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE and Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut – MAN OF TAI CHI in which he also stars. In 2014, RADiUS’ slate features (among others): BLUE RUIN (winner of the FIPRESCI International Critics Prize at the Cannes Film Festival), Errol Morris’ THE UNKNOWN KNOWN, Mike Myers’ directorial debut – SUPERMENSCH: THE LEGEND OF SHEP GORDON, Alexandre Aja’s HORNS starring Daniel Radcliffe (the latter two which premiered at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival), FED UP from Laurie David and Katie Couric, THE ONE I LOVE starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass (the latter two which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival) and recently announced Berlin titles: EVERLY (Salma Hayek), WHEN ANIMALS DREAM, and PARADISE LOST (Benicio del Toro). Additionally, the company is embarking on a CREEP trilogy alongside the Duplass brothers and Blumhouse Productions after the film’s highly praised SXSW premiere.