Articles By Manuel Betancourt

March 27, 2017

20 Latina Directors You Should Know

March 25, 2017

'American Crime' Makes Network TV History With Episode Featuring Nahuatl Speakers

March 22, 2017

Patricia Ramos' Film 'El Techo' Is a Humorous Look at Life in Cuba, Set on Havana's Rooftops

March 22, 2017

Júlia Murat On Mixing Dance Sequences With Steamy Sex Scenes in Her New Film 'Pendular'

March 21, 2017

The 'Selena' Movie Is a Classic, But 20 Years Ago Film Critics Gave it Mixed Reviews

March 20, 2017

Herbalife Is Buying Up Tickets to This Explosive Documentary to Keep You From Seeing It

March 20, 2017

Carlos César Arbeláez On Why His Film 'Eso Que Llaman Amor' Is a Love Letter to Medellín

March 17, 2017

10 TV Pilots Starring Latinos We Hope Get Greenlit

March 17, 2017

5 Eye-Opening Moments From This Moving Doc About Four Chileans With Down Syndrome

March 17, 2017

Kate del Castillo Fears Arrest in Mexico, Netflix Considers Hologram for 'Ingobernable' Premiere

March 16, 2017

Demian Bichir Is Changing How Mexicans Are Portrayed in Films Both as an Actor and a Director

March 16, 2017

In Short Film 'Diego,' a Latina Director Shows Us How Everyday Violence Turns Young Boys into Machistas

March 15, 2017

The First Teaser for Disney's Dia de Muertos Movie 'Coco' Is Finally Here

March 14, 2017

20 Latino Actors We Want to See Play the President of the United States in a Movie

March 14, 2017

You Should Stream: Get Your Lucha Libre Fix With 'Lucha Underground' on Netflix

March 13, 2017

John Leguizamo's 'Latin History for Morons' is an Urgent Call to Re-Learn Our Collective Past

March 13, 2017

From Argentina to Brazil: 6 Must-See Movies From Latin America’s Young Auteurs

March 13, 2017

In Riveting Premiere, 'American Crime' Launches a New Season Focused on Undocumented Immigrants

March 10, 2017

Everything You Need to Know About the Movies Playing at San Diego Latino Film Festival

March 9, 2017

TRAILER: Follow Residente's Journey to Make an Album Based on His DNA Results in This Doc

March 9, 2017

Despite Fears of Backlash, Telemundo Actors Overwhelmingly Voted Yes on Unionization

March 8, 2017

What Does a Post-Conflict Colombia Look Like? This NYC Film Festival Gives You a Glimpse

March 7, 2017

TRAILER: Can Eugenio Derbez Flip the Latin Lover Cliché in This Comedy?

March 7, 2017

Laura Esquivel's Famed Book 'Like Water for Chocolate' Gets English-Language TV Adaptation

March 6, 2017

Netflix is Renewing the Critically Acclaimed 'One Day At A Time' For Season 2

March 6, 2017

Our 20 Can't-Miss Movie Picks From the San Diego Latino Film Festival

March 3, 2017

RIP Iconic Puerto Rican Actress Miriam Colón

March 1, 2017

From Inmate to X-Men: Elizabeth Rodriguez Talks 'Orange Is the New Black' & 'Logan'

February 27, 2017

2017 Oscars Had No Latino Winners, But Gael Garcia Bernal Made Sure They Had a Voice

February 24, 2017

These Documentaries Prove Lowrider Culture Is Thriving From the BX to Japan

February 23, 2017

These Two Young Sundance Fellows May Be the Future of Latin American Filmmaking

February 23, 2017

From YouTube to 'Jane the Virgin,' Brian Jordan Alvarez Is Conquering Hollywood on His Own Terms

February 22, 2017

Watch the Best Latin American Films of the Year in New York This Weekend

February 21, 2017

Dreamers, Dissidents & Divorcées: 15 Must-See Movies at the 2017 Miami Film Festival

February 21, 2017

Carla Jimenez on Balls-Out Auditions & Landing the Role of a Lifetime in Fox's New Sitcom 'The Mick'

February 17, 2017

Watch Spain's Version of 'Spy Kids' & a Doc on Young Activist Sophie Cruz at This NY Film Fest

February 14, 2017

A Look Back at the First Latinos to Win an Oscar in Acting, Writing, Directing, Editing & More

February 14, 2017

How a Donated Violin Led Brianna Perez to an Unlikely Friendship With a Holocaust Survivor & an Oscar-Nominated Doc

February 13, 2017

15 Afro-Latino Movies You Should Stream for Black History Month

February 7, 2017

From Teen Vampires to Road Trips: SF IndieFest Brings Movies From Brazil & Argentina to the Bay

February 7, 2017

In New Play 'Fade', a TV Writer and Janitor Find Common Ground as Latinos Working in Hollywood

February 2, 2017

Director Lukas Valenta Rinner on Shooting a Deadpan Comedy in a Real-Life Buenos Aires Nudist Colony

February 1, 2017

13 Latinx Podcasts That Should Be On Your Radar

February 1, 2017

Meet Jessica Beshir, the Mexican-Ethiopian Director Behind the Most Poetic Short Film at Sundance

January 30, 2017

In 'This Time Tomorrow,' Colombian Director Lina Rodriguez Finds the Meaning of Life in the Mundane

January 27, 2017

Chilean Short Film 'And the Whole Sky' is Poetic Ghost Story With a Magical Realist Touch

January 27, 2017

Angel Soto's VR Doc 'Bashir's Dream' Tells the Story of a Syrian Teen Who Survived a Sniper Shooting

January 26, 2017

With Lin-Manuel Miranda On the Brink of EGOTing, Revisit Some of His Best Award Speeches

January 26, 2017

Salma Hayek on Why 'Beatriz at Dinner' Is the Perfect Drama For Today's Political Landscape

January 25, 2017

How the "Dominican Snow White" Went From Hilarious Meme to Star of a Doc Screening at Sundance

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