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

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.

10 Filipino Filmmakers You Should Know

10 Filipino Filmmakers You Should Know

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

5 Reasons Why ‘The Book of Life’ Is the Best Animated Movie of All Time, Ever

5 Reasons Why 'The Book of Life' Is the Best Animated Movie of All Time, Ever

We are insanely obsessed with this movie. Here’s why.

In Memoriam, A Look Back at Elizabeth Peña’s Prolific Acting Career

#TBT: In Memoriam, A Look Back at Elizabeth Peña's Prolific Acting Career

This week’s Throwback Thursday is a tribute to the life and work of Elizabeth Peña,…

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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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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Meet the Latino Cast of ‘The Book of Life’: Diego Luna, Kate del Castillo, Placido Domingo & More
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Meet the Latino Cast of ‘The Book of Life’: Diego Luna, Kate del Castillo, Placido Domingo & More

The Dia de Muertos themed animated movie ‘The Book of Life’ opens in theaters this week. Here’s a chance to meet the actors who voiced…

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‘Cristela’s First Episode Won the Top Spot In Ratings But Still Underwhelms
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‘Cristela’s First Episode Won the Top Spot In Ratings But Still Underwhelms

Cristela Alonzo made history last week as the first Latina to write and star in her own show. The first episode wasn’t what we hoped…

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Miguel Arteta On Why He Decided to Make a Film Unlike Anything Else He’s Ever Made
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Miguel Arteta On Why He Decided to Make a Film Unlike Anything Else He’s Ever Made

We sat down with Puerto Rican director, Miguel Arteta, to talk about making Latino movies versus making movies that can resonate with Latino audiences.

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5 Reasons to Watch ‘Jane the Virgin,’ a Bilingual Comedy About a Pregnant Virgin Not Named Maria
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5 Reasons to Watch ‘Jane the Virgin,’ a Bilingual Comedy About a Pregnant Virgin Not Named Maria

Starring Gina Rodriguez, Jaime Camil, and Diane Guerrero, ‘Jane the Virgin’ premieres Monday, October 13.

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From Coconut Lovers to Shakespeare in Buenos Aires: 13 Must-See Movies at the Chicago Film Festival
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From Coconut Lovers to Shakespeare in Buenos Aires: 13 Must-See Movies at the Chicago Film Festival

The Chicago International Film Festival runs October 9 – 23. Here are our top picks of the Latino movies to watch.

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Spanish Director Gabe Ibañez On His Love of Sci-Fi and Casting Antonio Banderas as a Robot Hunter
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Spanish Director Gabe Ibañez On His Love of Sci-Fi and Casting Antonio Banderas as a Robot Hunter

In the post-apocalyptic sci-fi film Autómata, directed and written by Gabe Ibáñez, an insurance agent, played by Antonio Banderas, searches for malfunctioning robots.

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TRAILER: In This Hilarious Narco Thriller a Guatemalan TV Crew Investigates UFO Sightings
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TRAILER: In This Hilarious Narco Thriller a Guatemalan TV Crew Investigates UFO Sightings

‘OVNIS en Zacapa’ is a mashup of genres. It mixes sci-fi, comedy, narco movies, and suspenseful thrillers. Watch the trailer here.

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Junot Diaz, Blue Demon Jr, Danny Trejo & More Talk Manhood, Family, and Culture in ‘Habla Men’
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Junot Diaz, Blue Demon Jr, Danny Trejo & More Talk Manhood, Family, and Culture in ‘Habla Men’

Celebrities and everyday Latinos share heartbreaking stories and hilarious quips on HBO’s new documentary special ‘Habla Men.’

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#TBT: A Look Back at the Mexican Director Whose Cult Horror Films Influenced Guillermo del Toro
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#TBT: A Look Back at the Mexican Director Whose Cult Horror Films Influenced Guillermo del Toro

Mexican cult director, Carlos Enrique Taboada, made gothic horror films in the ’70s and ’80s. In this TBT, we revisit his movie about a crazy…

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