Articles By Carlos Aguilar

How 'We the Animals' Casting Director Found Their Young Star at the Puerto Rican Day Parade

TRAILER: 'La Negrada' Is Mexico's First-Ever Fiction Film to Have an All-Black Cast

In 'Room to Grow' Doc, a Latinx Teen Struggles After Coming Out to Religious Parents

Director Alberto Fuguet Grew Up in California and Chile. The Influence on His Films Is Undeniable

How Charlie Chaplin's Granddaughter Oona Chaplin Is Reconnecting With Her Mapuche Roots

TRAILER: This Road Movie Is Like Jack Kerouac's 'On the Road' Come to Life in Brazil

Salma Hayek to Produce Netflix Series About a Corrupt Family-Run Tequila Empire

Diego Luna's 'El Día Después' Encourages Mexicans to Fight Racism, Classism and Corruption Post-Election

You Should Stream: These Documentaries on AMLO, Mexico's Fiery President-Elect

Here's Your First Look at Kate del Castillo in 'Ingobernable' Season 2

Frida Torresblanco Started Working on Movie Sets as a Teen. Now She's an Award-Winning Producer

What It's Like to Be a Latina TV Director in Hollywood

Diego Luna on Trump's Family Separations: "What We Have Seen Is Nothing Short of Torture"

'En el Séptimo Día' Is a Graceful Movie About the Undocumented Experience That Skips Cliches

How This Young Mexican-American Director Made His First Movie With Just $700