For many Republicans, politics trump conservative principles and objective facts.
Argentine director Andreas Fontana’s ‘Azor’ shows the moral price we all pay when governments come after others as we quietly watch from the sidelines.
Puerto Rican-Cuban singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xenia Rubinos plays with audiovisual storytelling in her new cinematic obra, ‘Una Rosa.’
Demonstrating their commitment to honoring traditional Latin music, Dos Santos’ new song presents a vivid and cinematic update of classic styles.
Iran’s ‘The Year of the Everlasting Storm’ brings together seven filmmakers from across the globe, each with a meditation on life during Year One of COVID.
Liberals have tried carrots, but conservatives need us to bring the pain, writes Daniel Cubias.
João Paulo Miranda Maria’s feature debut is the latest Brazilian film about that country’s racist, colonialist and xenophobic legacy
America’s strict preference for White immigrants is steering it off a demographic and economic cliff, writes Daniel Cubias.
Esteemed film critic Alejandro A. Riera offers his list of Latin American and Spanish movies to watch in September.
DJ Jigüe takes us into the world of tropical Afrofuturism with his new EP, Ekelekua.
Americans owe the refugees more than we can offer them, just like we owe the Afghan people more than we could deliver, writes Daniel Cubias
Rodrigo Reyes’s documentary-fiction hybrid ‘499’ offers a corrective to the old Eurocentric narrative of Spain’s conquest of Aztec Mexico