Articles By Manuel Betancourt

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

January 25, 2017

These Were the Biggest Latin American Box Office Hits of 2016

January 24, 2017

Oscar-Nominated Short 'Timecode' Reminds Us We're So Much More Than Our Jobs

January 24, 2017

These Are the (Very Few) Latino Nominees of the 2017 Academy Awards

January 23, 2017

Civil Rights Activist Dolores Huerta Finally Gets Her Due in Sundance Doc 'Dolores'

January 23, 2017

Miami's Lucas Leyva & Jillian Mayers on Why They Made an Absurdist, Existential Short in Japanese

January 19, 2017

'The Diver' Doc Profiles an Unsung Hero Who's Been Swimming Mexico's Sewer System for Over 25 Years

January 18, 2017

William Caballero Made a Short About His Hilarious Boricua Abuelos & Now He's Headed to Sundance

January 18, 2017

You Should Stream: This Horror Flick Set In An Abandoned Colombian Mental Hospital

January 17, 2017

From Chile to Boyle Heights: 22 Must-See Latino Movies at Sundance Film Festival

January 12, 2017

Meet Sharlene Taule, the Dominican Double Threat Who's Already Worked With Don Omar & Benjamin Bratt

January 11, 2017

Alex Anwandter Invites Chileans to Confront Their Own Homophobia in His Debut Film 'You'll Never Be Alone'

January 10, 2017

This Doc On a Mexicali Couple's Fight for Gay Marriage Captures the Challenges LGBT Mexicans Face

January 9, 2017

Must-See Latin American Movies Head to NY's Museum of the Moving Image

January 9, 2017

From Diego Luna to Sofia Vergara: The Best & Worst Latino Moments of 2017 Golden Globes

January 5, 2017

From Showgirls to Neruda: 10 Must-See Latin American Movies at Palms Springs Film Festival

January 4, 2017

TRAILER: 'Enredados' Is Latin America's First-Ever Bollywood Movie in Spanish

December 28, 2016

Director Hernán Jiménez on His Sweet & Sour RomCom and the Rise of Costa Rican Filmmaking

December 23, 2016

'Los Paisajes' Director on His Film About Rich Mexican Kids Who'll End Up as Corrupt Politicians

December 22, 2016

Make Netflix Great Again: Member Reviews Reveal Backlash Against Spanish-Language Content

December 21, 2016

Rossy de Palma On Her Famed Orgasm Scene in 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'

December 21, 2016

Julio Hernández Cordón Is a Rebel With a Camera Making Low-Budget, Award-Winning Central American Films

December 20, 2016

Amy Schumer's 'Snatched' Is Another Lazy Comedy About US Tourists Getting Kidnapped in South America

December 19, 2016

10 Central American Movie Producers You Should Know

December 19, 2016

Cast of Trans Drama 'Abrázame Como Antes' On Why Their Community Desperately Needed This Film

December 16, 2016

Benjamin Bratt on How Lee Daniels' New Series 'Star' Reflects the Shared Black & Latino Experience

December 13, 2016

Netflixeando: 15 Latino Documentaries You Should Stream on Netflix

December 12, 2016

Just Announced: Here Are the Latinos Nominated for the 2017 Golden Globes

December 7, 2016

10 Movies That Prove Central American Cinema Is Stepping Into the Spotlight

December 5, 2016

These Are the Movies Nominated For Premios Fénix, Latin America's Biggest Film Awards

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