Articles By Carlos Aguilar
‘Lemon’ Director Janicza Bravo on the Lack of Afro-Caribbean Inclusion in the Latino Community and Writing in Spanish Again
Honduran-American Actor Gabriel Chavarria Graduates from Indies to Blockbusters in ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’
David Lowery Explains Why Buzzy Movie 'A Ghost Story' Has a Spanish Scene With No Subtitles
Drawing Their Own Path: 4 Latinos in TV Animation on How They Broke Into the Industry
This Video of Kids Auditioning to Play Young Luis Miguel Is the Most Adorable Thing Ever
‘Club de Cuervos’ Creator Gaz Alazraki On Why He Hired American Writers for a Mexican Series
'Coco's Mexican-American Co-Director Adrian Molina Reveals the Origins of Pixar's Día de Muertos Film
Zoe Saldaña Is Moved to Tears & Kate del Castillo Gets Political at NALIP’s Latino Media Awards
TRAILER: La Gran Señora Comes to Life in Telemundo Series 'Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio'
These are the 2017 Nominees for the Premios Platino, Ibero-America's Oscar Equivalent
Guatemalan-American Actor Tony Revolori Will Be Honored With NALIP's Lupe Award
Univision and Telemundo Announce Competing Shows on Luismi's Life Story, But Only One Is Authorized
Actor Anthony Campos Uses Humor to Highlight the Struggles of Former Inmates on TV Land's 'Lopez'
This Doc On Holocaust Survivors Enduring Argentine Dictatorship Is a Warning Against Rising Fascism
The Directors of Chilean Dramedy 'Family Life' On Questioning Society's Definition of a Family
Director Andy Villanueva on Racking up Awards, Sexism & Being a Mexican Immigrant in Canada
Director Miguel Arteta on Why His Latest Film is Essential Viewing in the Era of Trump
Ahead of New Bilingual Rom-Com, Karla Souza Reflects on the Benefits of Speaking Two Languages
Felipe Bragança's Brazilian-Paraguayan Film 'Não Devore Meu Coração' Is a Gorgeous Political Allegory
José María Cabral’s 'Carpinteros,' the First Dominican Film to Premiere at Sundance, Looks at Love Behind Bars
Ernesto Contreras On Creating an Indigenous Language for Sundance Winner 'Sueño en Otro Idioma'
15 Latino Films You May Have Missed In Theaters That You Can Now Stream Online
How Film Critics and Festival Programmers Were Left Out of the #OscarsSoWhite Conversation
3 of Latin America's Top Directors Share Their Secrets to Getting Films Made
Aubrey Plaza, Rita Moreno, and Tony Plana Took Over the Home of the Oscars to Honor Latinos
The Cast of Tense Crime Drama '11:55' on Battle Rapping in the Barber Shop & Strong Female Roles
I Spent 10 Days With the Future of Latino Hollywood and This is What I Saw
Director Alexandre Peralta on Learning Not to Underestimate in His Doc About Blind Ballerinas
Dascha Polanco, Eugenio Derbez & Raquel Welch Cracked Jokes and Made Us Teary at the Latino Media Awards
Luis Guzman on Filming 'Puerto Ricans in Paris': "We Asked for Chuletas and They Brought us Chicken"