Articles By Carlos Aguilar

Wondering if Bonnie's Dad in 'Toy Story 4' Is Latino? Pixar Producer Jonas Rivera Hints at Yes

In Alba Garcia's 'Yo Soy Taíno,' Puppets Tell the Story of an Abuela & Granddaughter Surviving Hurricane Maria

At Mexican Academy Awards, Women Launch #YaEsHora to Fight Sexual Abuse in the Industry

José Maria Cabral Traveled Across the DR with Film Projectionists, and Then Made a Movie About It

Edward James Olmos Reflects on the Legacy of 'Stand and Deliver,' Three Decades Later

REVIEW: Ava DuVernay's 'When They See Us' Includes the Specific Challenges Latinos Face in the Justice System

'Catalina' Is a Quietly Powerful Short Film About an Undocumented Mother Battling Mental Illness

TRAILER: 'A Pesar de Todo' Is a Road Trip Comedy About Sisters Searching for Their Biological Dads

Director Jessica Mendez Siqueiros' 'Pozole' Is a Dark Comedy About Being Chicana & Vegan

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