Fernando Trueba’s latest film, ‘Memories of My Father’ (El olvido que seremos), has traveled a long, winding road to movie theaters in the United States. MANO recently spoke with the Spanish director about the film, his work, Brazilian music, and more.
Although the topic of colonial reparations for Puerto Rico has been ongoing for decades, there is a newfound interest, as more people recognize that after 124 years of abuse, humiliation, human rights violations, and economic exploitation through colonialism the United States owes Puerto Rico compensation.
A look at some of the most enticing movies at the 58th Chicago International Film Festival, which runs through Sunday, October 23.
Fernando León de Aranoa’s ‘The Good Boss,’ starring Javier Bardem, is an incredibly acerbic and entertaining addition to a long line of film comedies and dramas about corporate culture.
There was an awkward moment recently at a Rosalía concert when the Spanish singer told a Mexican member of the audience how much she liked their “land,” with some people saying it gave off a conquistador vibe.
Is it just me, or is the world coming to an end?
While some of my June recommendations may have been produced and distributed by such corporate entities as Netflix and HBO Max, they share one thing in common: they are all made of stars—Bardem, Banderas, Cruz, García, Estefan, J.Lo.
Film critic Alejandro A. Riera offers his list of the films that will fill your heart with cheer this holiday season.