Latin Culture in New York

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

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…

This Puerto Rican New Yorker’s Life Changed When He Looked in the Mirror and Saw Barack Obama

This Puerto Rican New Yorker's Life Changed When He Looked in the Mirror and Saw Barack Obama

We talked to Louis Ortiz about his life as an Obama impersonator and a new…

Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco

Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn't Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco

Here we introduce you to the Latino filmmakers showing their movies at the SF Latino…

Chicano Rockabilly Love Story ‘Cry Now’ Takes You On a Musical Tour of East L.A.

Chicano Rockabilly Love Story 'Cry Now' Takes You On a Musical Tour of East L.A.

Director of ‘Cry Now,’ Alberto Barboza, talks us through some of the songs in his…

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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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This Puerto Rican New Yorker’s Life Changed When He Looked in the Mirror and Saw Barack Obama
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This Puerto Rican New Yorker’s Life Changed When He Looked in the Mirror and Saw Barack Obama

We talked to Louis Ortiz about his life as an Obama impersonator and a new documentary that tells his story.

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Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco
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Meet 5 Filmmakers Who Didn’t Move to Hollywood and Make Movies in San Francisco

Here we introduce you to the Latino filmmakers showing their movies at the SF Latino Film Festival’s Made in San Francisco showcase.

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Chicano Rockabilly Love Story ‘Cry Now’ Takes You On a Musical Tour of East L.A.
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Chicano Rockabilly Love Story ‘Cry Now’ Takes You On a Musical Tour of East L.A.

Director of ‘Cry Now,’ Alberto Barboza, talks us through some of the songs in his movie.

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Eight Urbanworld Directors Confess Their Favorite Embarrassing Movie
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Eight Urbanworld Directors Confess Their Favorite Embarrassing Movie

From stories of border crossings, to sci-fi, to gangsters, to Latina nannies – here are the brilliant minds who wrote and directed the Latino movies…

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Kevin Smith Made a Hilarious Horror Film Starring Genesis Rodriguez, ‘El Puma’s Daughter
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Kevin Smith Made a Hilarious Horror Film Starring Genesis Rodriguez, ‘El Puma’s Daughter

We caught up with actress Genesis Rodriguez to talk about what it was like to work on such a bizarre movie.

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From Exotic Dancers to Haunted Houses, 5 Must-See Venezuelan Films
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From Exotic Dancers to Haunted Houses, 5 Must-See Venezuelan Films

The Venezuelan Film Festival in New York is upon us, once again. Don’t miss these 5 movies!

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Anthony Lucero on Making a Movie About a Female Mexican Sushi Chef & Inventing a Poblano Sushi Roll
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Anthony Lucero on Making a Movie About a Female Mexican Sushi Chef & Inventing a Poblano Sushi Roll

In this Oakland-set drama, writer-director Anthony Lucero confronts stereotypes and makes a killer new sushi roll all at the same time.

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Inglewood Native, Sabi Brings Her ‘Cali Love’ to NYC’s Que Bajo?!
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Inglewood Native, Sabi Brings Her ‘Cali Love’ to NYC’s Que Bajo?!

Actress/singer Sabi will be in NYC for a screening of her sci-fi film ‘ISA’ and to perform at Que Bajo?! on Friday night.

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#TBT: A Look Back at the Afro-Cuban Films of Sara Gomez, Cuba’s First Female Director
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#TBT: A Look Back at the Afro-Cuban Films of Sara Gomez, Cuba’s First Female Director

In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we revisit the post-revolution films of Sara Gomez who put a spotlight on Afro-Cubans.

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Instagram of the Week: Brazilian Photographer Rafael Mantesso and His Amazing Dog Jimmy Choo
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Instagram of the Week: Brazilian Photographer Rafael Mantesso and His Amazing Dog Jimmy Choo

These photos are the best hobby ever.

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Your Guide to Everything Latino at the Urbanworld Film Festival
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Your Guide to Everything Latino at the Urbanworld Film Festival

The Urbanworld Film Festival runs from September 17 – 21 in NYC. Here are all the Latino films, parties, and events to check out.…

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Filipina Reggaeton Artist K-Rizz: Essential Facts/Essential Tracks
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Filipina Reggaeton Artist K-Rizz: Essential Facts/Essential Tracks

She coined the term #SalbaheSeason this year from her breakout track ‘Salbahe,’ a reggaeton track that is sung entirely in Tagalog.

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Rita Indiana Says She Wouldn’t Return to the Stage “Ni por un millón de dólares.”
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Rita Indiana Says She Wouldn’t Return to the Stage “Ni por un millón de dólares.”

Unbreak my heaaaaaaaart.

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Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW
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Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW

Want. Need. Must have.

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