Articles By Carlos Aguilar

REVIEW: A Sarcastic Priest-Turned-Curandero Saves 'The Curse of La Llorona' From Itself

Zoe Saldaña's 'Missing Link' Character Switching to Spanish When She's Mad Is So Relatable

Review: In Puerto Rican Drama ‘Silence of the Wind,’ a Grieving Family Makes a Living Trafficking Immigrants

Argentine-Born Director Gaspar Noé Is Known for His Edgy French Films, But Wants to Make a Movie in Spanish

From Niños Héroes to Quetzalcoatl: 5 of the Wildest Stories From 'Drunk History Mexico'

5 Times 'Nailed It! Mexico' Made Us Laugh Till We Cried

At the Oscars, 'Spider-Verse' Writer Phil Lord Quoted Puerto Rican Poet Lola Rodríguez de Tió

At the Oscars, Alfonso Cuarón Says Representation for US-Born Latinos Is Still Dismal

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