This summer, ‘Y Tu Mama Tambien’ will be digitally restored and made into a DVD with extras that cinenerds only dream about. Here’s what to expect.
We watched movies, danced, and drank. Then, we rubbed elbows with America Ferrera at a drag ball. This year’s Tribeca Film Fest was a Latino film celebration.
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival, running April 16-27, is filled with films that offer diverse portraits of Latinos (including a few requisite drug traffickers). Here’s your guide to all the Latino happenings at the fest.
We take a closer look at the talent behind the camera and profile four filmmakers screening their works at this year’s Havana Film Festival New York: Cuban master Gerardo Chijona, Diego Quemada-Diez, Fernando Coimbra of Brazil, and Spanish documentarian Yolanda Pividal.
A documentary about famed Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s failed attempt to adapt the sci-fi novel ‘Dune’ hits theaters March 21.
Emmanuel Lubezki is a behind-the-camera talent that rarely gets the attention he deserves. Here’s our ode to the gifted cinematographer.
The Cinema Tropical Festival, running February 24-27 in New York City, screens the best Latin American films of the year.
Here are seven reasons to watch the gripping indie crime thriller ‘7 Cajas’ in theaters and on iTunes.
The 4th annual Cinema Tropical awards handed out prizes to the best Latin American films of the year (and two U.S. Latino ones) in New York City.
First Look film series at Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens runs January 10 - 19 and features movies from Chile and Spain.