Articles By Kiko Martinez

Filmmakers Pen Open Letter to Netflix Asking for Inclusion of Undocumented Creatives in Doc Series

REVIEW: 'Nuestras Madres' Is a Somber Drama on the Lasting Emotional Impact of Guatemala's Civil War

REVIEW: Bolivia's Oscar Entry Is a Poetic Look at a Father's Complicated Grief After Losing His Gay Son

REVIEW: Panamanian Movie 'Todos Cambiamos' Is About a Trans Woman Tired of Living a Double Life

REVIEW: 'Café Con Sabor a Mi Tierra' Is a Gorgeously Shot Drama About Honduran Coffee Growers

Comedian Erik Rivera On Using Stand-Up to Heal After Sept. 11 & His New HBO Latino Special

José R. Ralat on How He Became the US's First Taco Editor & Why Burritos Are Tacos

REVIEW: 'Release' Is a Dark Family Drama About Taboos & Life After Prison

REVIEW: Immigration-Inspired Episode of 'Two Sentence Horror Stories' Is a Dose of Unsettling Reality

TRAILER: A Dimension-Jumping Latina Tries to Solve a Murder in Amazon Prime's Trippy Animated Series 'Undone'

Director Gregory Nava On the Importance of Putting 'El Norte' in Theaters Again During Trump's Presidency

REVIEW: Rereleased 'Chulas Fronteras' Doc Celebrates the Norteño & Tejano Music of the Texas-Mexico Border

Paramount Pictures Hired This Quechua Professor to Lend Authenticity to 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold'

TRAILER: 'Our Quinceañera' Doc Features a Kindhearted Principal Throwing a Party For Students Who Can’t Afford It

'Papi Chulo's Alejandro Patiño Says Immigrant, Day Laborer Acting Roles Are 'Not Highlighted Enough'