Documentary filmmaker Juan Pablo González centers his first drama, ‘Dos estaciones,’ on an artisanal tequila distillery run by a 50-year-old woman (played by Teresa Sánchez) who is the last in her family line of tequila makers.
Hector chats with David Sosa, a Puerto Rican singer based in Queens, New York
Hector chats with writer and director Alberto Ferreras about the various facets of Latinoness, Alberto’s childhood as a Spaniard growing up in Venezuela, and photographing the pigeons on his window ledge.
Hector chats with Jared Trujillo, president of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys, and a leader in the fight to decriminalize and destigmatize sex workers
A chat with Ellin Jimmerson, writer and director of ‘The Second Cooler,’ and the first Baptist minister to officiate a same-sex wedding
It is my right to be critical, especially with friends, family members and allies, but it’s also extremely important that I am
Words and their meanings, if they belong to anyone, belong to those who speak them
Free me from woke liberals!