Articles By Monica Castillo

How Gabriela Rodriguez Went From Being Alfonso Cuarón's Assistant to First Latina Nominated for a Best Picture Oscar

Nonny de la Peña, the Godmother of VR, Wants to Bring Virtual Reality to the Masses

These Powerful Documentaries Feel Like an Origin Story for Latinas at the Forefront of Politics

REVIEW: Sundance Doc 'Pahokee' Is an Intimate Portrait of Black & Latino High Schoolers Reaching for Greatness

REVIEW: In 'Sea of Shadows' Documentary, a Journalist Uncovers a Fishing Cartel Who's Killing the Endangered Vaquita

AOC Surprises Audience With Video Chat After Thrilling Sundance Premiere of 'Knock Down the House'

REVIEW: Paraguay's Oscar Entry 'Las Herederas' Chronicles the Unraveling of a 30-Year Lesbian Relationship

Alfonso Cuarón On Painstakingly Recreating His Childhood Memories for the Deeply Personal 'Roma'

How Do Actors' Performances Fare When Spanish Dialogue Is Directed by an English Speaker?

Sparks Fly On-Screen Between Real-Life Couple Penelope Cruz & Javier Bardem in 'Everybody Knows'

How Badly Will Oscar Isaac Break Your Heart in Weepy Drama 'Life Itself'?

Edward James Olmos On How He Made His Underrated Chicano Cinema Classic 'The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez'

Why Criterion Adding Two Latino Movies to Its Collection Is Such a Big Deal

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