Articles By Carlos Aguilar

Alfonso Cuarón Breaks Down the Use of Language in 'Roma,' Including Plans for Subtitles in Mixtec

At Sundance, Latino Actors Reflect on the Difficulty of Getting Cast in Lead Roles

Alex Rivera & Cristina Ibarra On Their Sundance Winner: It's "Ocean's 11 Set in a Detention Center"

REVIEW: 'This Is Not Berlin' Is an Explosive Look at How the Art World Was Fighting Homophobia in 1980s Mexico

REVIEW: In Sundrenched Uruguayan Drama 'The Sharks,' a Teen Girl Navigates Romantic Disappointment

Actor Moisés Arias Shares the Grueling Training Process He Underwent to Play a FARC Guerilla in 'Monos'

TRAILER: 'Ana y Bruno' Is Mexico's First-Ever Oscar Entry for Best Animated Feature

This Spike-Lee Directed Video From The Killers Is a Direct Response to Trump's Border Wall

Cecilia Suárez & Manolo Caro on their Two Decades of Friendship and Creative Collaboration

Director Dominga Sotomayor Castillo Plans to Create a Film Center in Santiago to Show More Women’s Stories

'The Chambermaid's First-Time Director Says Mexico is Overflowing With Powerhouse Women Producers

Before She Inspired 'Roma,' Libo Rodríguez Had Cameos in Two of Alfonso Cuarón's Movies

Why the Spanish Dialogue in 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Doesn't Have Subtitles

Latin American Movies About Domestic Workers Are Always Told From the Perspective of the Elite

Carlos Reygadas Says His Latest Movie Is Not About Machismo Even If Gringos Think So