Articles Tagged with: film

5 Latino Documentaries You Can Stream For Free Including PBS’ 4 Hour-Long Epic Doc on Latin Music
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5 Latino Documentaries You Can Stream For Free Including PBS’ 4 Hour-Long Epic Doc on Latin Music

From musicians like Santana, Ritchie Valens, and Celia Cruz, to journalists like Ruben Salazar learn your Latino history by watching these PBS docs.

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Gael Garcia Bernal, Guillermo del Toro, Salma Hayek + Others Vote On 1st Latin American Film Awards
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Gael Garcia Bernal, Guillermo del Toro, Salma Hayek + Others Vote On 1st Latin American Film Awards

The first annual Fenix Film Awards will celebrate the best of filmmaking from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. Here is the list of nominees.

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EXCLUSIVE TRAILER: Coconut Love, Human Skulls, and Tattooed Animals in New ‘August Winds’ Teaser
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EXCLUSIVE TRAILER: Coconut Love, Human Skulls, and Tattooed Animals in New ‘August Winds’ Teaser

We have an exclusive look at the new trailer for the Brazilian film ‘August Winds.’ There is a lot of stuff going on here.

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TRAILER: ‘10,000 KM’ Is a Love Story Told Through Video Chat and Google Maps
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TRAILER: ‘10,000 KM’ Is a Love Story Told Through Video Chat and Google Maps

Director Carlos Marques-Marcet’s fiction film debut takes on long-distance relationships in the digital age.

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Screening of Cuban Films ‘Una Noche’ & ‘Afuera’
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Screening of Cuban Films ‘Una Noche’ & ‘Afuera’

Wednesday, October 1st at 7:00pm
Centro Cultural Español (CCE)
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Mill Valley Film Festival: The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela
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Mill Valley Film Festival: The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela

Sunday, October 5th at 8:00pm
Tuesday, October 7th at 2:15pm
Rafael Film Center
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What Was Williamsburg Like in 1984? See ‘Los Sures’ Documentary + More at the New York Film Festival
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What Was Williamsburg Like in 1984? See ‘Los Sures’ Documentary + More at the New York Film Festival

The 52nd annual New York Film Festival runs September 26 – October 12 and features several Argentine films plus a documentary on South Williamsburg.

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‘Blood In, Blood Out’ Screenwriter Gives Advice to Writers: Eat Healthy Before You Go Drink Tequila
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‘Blood In, Blood Out’ Screenwriter Gives Advice to Writers: Eat Healthy Before You Go Drink Tequila

Jimmy Santiago Baca is an ex-con, poet, screenwriter, and now documentary subject. We talked to him about his new film and his writing routine (it…

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TRAILER: In This Chilean Comedy a Woman Avoids Phones, the Internet, and TV For One Year
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TRAILER: In This Chilean Comedy a Woman Avoids Phones, the Internet, and TV For One Year

‘La voz en off’ follows a summer in the life of Sofía who takes a yearlong vow of abstinence from all forms of communications media.…

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Meet Las Marthas, Mexican-American Debutantes Who Dress Like Martha Washington, in 6 Dazzling GIFs
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Meet Las Marthas, Mexican-American Debutantes Who Dress Like Martha Washington, in 6 Dazzling GIFs

In the ‘Las Marthas’ documentary we watch a Texas debutante ball that celebrates George Washington’s birthday turn into a Mexican-American version of ‘Mean Girls.’

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TRAILER: This Movie Proves That Uruguay is the Capital of Emo Deadpan Comedy
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TRAILER: This Movie Proves That Uruguay is the Capital of Emo Deadpan Comedy

Here’s another Uruguayan movie about love, loneliness, and the passage of time.

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Cinema Village Presents Purgatorio
[FILM - NEW YORK]

Cinema Village Presents Purgatorio

Friday, October 3rd from 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Cinema Village
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Panama Enters the Foreign Language Oscar Competition For First Time Ever With ‘Invasion’ Documentary
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Panama Enters the Foreign Language Oscar Competition For First Time Ever With ‘Invasion’ Documentary

In 1989, the U.S. invaded Panama and removed dictator Manuel Noriega from office. This documentary discovers that Panamanians have forgotten the details of this historical…

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TRAILER: Antonio Banderas is Hunting Down Malfunctioning Robots in This Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Film
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TRAILER: Antonio Banderas is Hunting Down Malfunctioning Robots in This Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Film

In this version of a post-nuclear apocalypse robots are helpful to humans and some even have sex but, when things wrong and robots go rogue…

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The Director of ‘Asmodexia’ Talks About His Movie Which Is Way Scarier Than ‘The Exorcist’
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The Director of ‘Asmodexia’ Talks About His Movie Which Is Way Scarier Than ‘The Exorcist’

Barcelona native Marc Carreté talks demonic possession and the real-life experience that inspired his melancholic horror film.

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