Latin Culture in New York

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

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…

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

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…

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

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…

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

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…

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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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11 Ridiculously Bad Moments From ‘The Bridge’ That Explain Why It Got Canceled
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11 Ridiculously Bad Moments From ‘The Bridge’ That Explain Why It Got Canceled

The bilingual border-set TV show ‘The Bridge’ got canceled after two seasons. We loved the first season and hated the second one. Here’s why.

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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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Epic Celia Cruz Novela Covering Her Entire Career Is Coming Soon
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Epic Celia Cruz Novela Covering Her Entire Career Is Coming Soon

Find out who will be playing Celia Cruz and Pedro Knight, plus more exciting details on the TV series about La Reina de la Salsa’s…

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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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NYC: Three Can’t-Miss Latino Art Exhibits This Week
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NYC: Three Can’t-Miss Latino Art Exhibits This Week

Remezcla’s weekly guide to the can’t miss Latin art openings in your city. Your one stop shop for some culture and a free wine buzz.…

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

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