Articles Tagged with: film

Get to Know Flor de Toloache, NYC’s First Female Mariachi Group, In a New Documentary
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Get to Know Flor de Toloache, NYC’s First Female Mariachi Group, In a New Documentary

We sat down with the director of a new documentary series on subway musicians to talk about ‘Flor de Toloache’ and challenging gender norms. …

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From the Inca Empire to the Empire State: This Director Traces the Journey of the Quechua Language
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From the Inca Empire to the Empire State: This Director Traces the Journey of the Quechua Language

When Christine Mladic Janney befriended a Quechua speaker in NYC, she didn’t know it would lead to a documentary film. Here she tells us how…

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El 2 de Octubre No Se Olvida: A Look Back at Films About the 1968 Student Protests in Mexico
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El 2 de Octubre No Se Olvida: A Look Back at Films About the 1968 Student Protests in Mexico

We take a look back at a handful of films that have explored the traumatic events in Tlatelolco over the decades.

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Explore Andean Villages & Dying Languages in 9 Docs Screening in NYC This Weekend
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Explore Andean Villages & Dying Languages in 9 Docs Screening in NYC This Weekend

From Oct 23 – 26, there are lots of documentaries playing at the Margaret Mead Film Festival. Here’s what you should check out.

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The Way He Looks (Hoje eu quero voltar sozinho) Preview Screening
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The Way He Looks (Hoje eu quero voltar sozinho) Preview Screening

Saturday, October 25th at 5:00pm
Museum of the Moving Image
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This Nicaraguan Film Student Just Made It to the Oscars Shortlist
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This Nicaraguan Film Student Just Made It to the Oscars Shortlist

Gabriel Serra Arguello, a film student at Mexico’s CCC, is a finalist for a Best Short Documentary Oscar nomination.

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Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu On Making ‘Birdman’: “I Was Shitting My Pants Behind the Monitor”
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Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu On Making ‘Birdman’: “I Was Shitting My Pants Behind the Monitor”

The Mexican director, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu, talks about the difficulties of shooting his new film.

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TRAILER: Murder, Ghosts, and a Creepy Castle in Venezuela’s First Horror Film
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TRAILER: Murder, Ghosts, and a Creepy Castle in Venezuela’s First Horror Film

Alejandro Hidalgo’s creepy looking feature debut ‘La casa del fin de los tiempos’ will have its Los Angeles premiere at Screamfest.

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The Director of ‘The Book of Life’ Grew Up Thinking Skeletor Was a Dia de Muertos Superhero
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The Director of ‘The Book of Life’ Grew Up Thinking Skeletor Was a Dia de Muertos Superhero

We sat down with director Jorge Gutierrez and actress Kate del Castillo to talk about ‘The Book of Life’ and celebrating Dia de Muertos.

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TRAILER: This Buddy Cop Comedy Is Like ‘Police Academy’ With a Chilean Accent
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TRAILER: This Buddy Cop Comedy Is Like ‘Police Academy’ With a Chilean Accent

Check out the trailer for “Fuerzas Especiales” a Chilean slapstick cop film which will be in U.S. theaters soon.

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Dear White Film Critic, You Totally Missed the Point of ‘Dear White People’
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Dear White Film Critic, You Totally Missed the Point of ‘Dear White People’

When they don’t know you’re listening, white people say the darndest things.

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10 Filipino Filmmakers You Should Know
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10 Filipino Filmmakers You Should Know

Just in time for Filipino American History Month, here’s a list of Filipino filmmakers to look out for.

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Listen to Diego Luna Sing a Cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” and Try Not to Faint
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Listen to Diego Luna Sing a Cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” and Try Not to Faint

‘The Book of Life’ soundtrack is full of treasures, Diego Luna getting all emo and singing a cover of “Creep” is just one of them.…

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From Normcore to Celebrated Cuban Stars: 7 Must-See Movies In Miami This Week
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From Normcore to Celebrated Cuban Stars: 7 Must-See Movies In Miami This Week

MIFFecito is the mini version of the Miami Film Festival and runs Oct 16-19. Here are the Latino movie-citos you need to see.

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TRAILER: ‘En la Estancia’ Shows Us a Quiet, Deserted Town in Mexico With Only 2 Residents
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TRAILER: ‘En la Estancia’ Shows Us a Quiet, Deserted Town in Mexico With Only 2 Residents

Carlos Armella strikes out on his own with ‘En la estancia’ about two documentarians who stumble upon a lonely town in Mexico.

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