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.
Anita Rocha da Silveira joins the Brazilian dystopian club with her mesmerizing, chilly, and unnerving sophomore feature, ‘Medusa,’ a provocative mix of genres that keeps you off-balance.
Documentaries about Cypress Hill, a cabaret in Mexico City, and a female gang leader in the Bronx are among critic Alejandro A. Riera’s list of films to watch in April.
Are we really who we say we are? Chilean singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela delves into impostor syndrome with her new single, “Hola Impostora.”
Host Hector Luis Alamo chats with Susanne Ramirez de Arellano, an esteemed journalist and writer with decades of experience.
It is from a germinal line about silencing those who resist stereotypes and restrictions placed on identity that Black Honduran author and founder of the Bronx is Reading, Saraciea J. Fennell, builds this remarkable anthology.
Despite its great cast, ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ is yet another example of how Hollywood goes astray by appeasing the fans’ nostalgia.
Pahua’s La Cura reflects her evolution as an artist who embraces “the rhythms and colors of Latin America” as elements for growth and healing.