This is a special edition list: for this weird post-World cup / immigration hysteria era that we find ourselves in.
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.
We caught up with the director of ‘Maravilla’ ahead of the film’s premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival to talk about getting intimate access to boxer Sergio Martinez’s personal life, his opinion on boxing as a sport, and the spicy jokes he was forced to cut.
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.
We caught up with Cristina Ibarra to talk about her new documentary ‘Las Marthas’ airing on PBS, colonial bloomers, and growing up on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Panama’s most famous boxer, Roberto Duran, is getting a biopic starring Edgar Ramirez, Robert De Niro, Ruben Blades, & Usher