Articles By Monica Castillo

How 1983's 'Scarface' Transformed the Way Cubans Were Perceived in the US

Celia Cruz's Epic Life Story Is Coming Soon to English-Language TV

Fighters, Divas, and Rebels: How Female Antiheroes Are Breaking the Rules in Latin American Cinema

The Usually Private Rubén Blades Opens Up About His Life for a New Documentary

Power Paola On Turning Her Coming-of-Age Graphic Novel Into an Animated Movie

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

These Powerful Documentaries Expose Our Country's Long History of Criminalizing Latinos

In Sundance Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher,' Gael Garcia Bernal Is the Hot Writing Professor You Wish You Had

Cristina Costantini On Finding the Perfect Subjects for Her Sundance-Winning Doc 'Science Fair'

How 'One Day at a Time's Diverse Writers Room Creates Authentic Latino Narratives

Take a Peek Inside the Historic Havana Movie Theaters That Still Draw Huge Crowds

Sundance Virtual Reality Project Immerses You in 360º View of a Salsa Rueda in Havana

Adrian Martinez on Playing a Drug Dealer in 'White Girl': "I Pick My Stereotypes Carefully"

Maya Goded on Her Doc about the Mothers and Grandmothers Who Work the Streets of Mexico City

Neither Machos nor Maricas: The Changing Face of Masculinity in Latin American Cinema