Viggo Mortensen’s ‘Jauja’ Wins a Spondylae, the Lima Film Fest’s Weirdly-Named Award + More Winners

Viggo Mortensen's 'Jauja' Wins a Spondylae, the Lima Film Fest's Weirdly-Named Award + More Winners

Check out the trailers to this year’s winners of the Festival de Cine de Lima.…

#TBT: Before ‘MADtv’ There Was John Leguizamo’s Latino Sketch Comedy Show ‘House of Buggin’

#TBT: Before 'MADtv' There Was John Leguizamo's Latino Sketch Comedy Show 'House of Buggin'

In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we look back at John Leguizamo’s short-lived comedy show. Airing…

5 Must See Movies at the Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

5 Must See Movies at the Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

The Brazilian Film Festival starts tonight in Miami and runs through August 24. Don’t miss…

¿Que Pasa USA? Is the Funniest Latino Sitcom You’ve Never Seen

¿Que Pasa USA? Is the Funniest Latino Sitcom You've Never Seen

America’s very first bilingual sitcom, ‘¿Que Pasa USA?’ aired in the late seventies. Here’s everything…

Gael Garcia Bernal is Winning Hearts in Sarajevo and Breaking Hearts on the Internet
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Gael Garcia Bernal is Winning Hearts in Sarajevo and Breaking Hearts on the Internet

Over the weekend, Gael Garcia Bernal was honored at the Sarajevo Film Festival.

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Two Undocumented Bay Area Activists Turned Their Bromance Into a Hilarious Webseries
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Two Undocumented Bay Area Activists Turned Their Bromance Into a Hilarious Webseries

‘Osito’ is the brainchild of college friends Jesus Iñiguez and Julio Salgado. The webseries borrows from their own homo/hetero friendship to tackle issues from OKCupid…

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Mexico’s Premiere Queer Director Julian Hernandez On Why He Resisted Being Labeled a Gay Filmmaker
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Mexico’s Premiere Queer Director Julian Hernandez On Why He Resisted Being Labeled a Gay Filmmaker

We caught up with the director of ‘Yo soy la felicidad del mundo’ to talk about what it means to be considered Mexico’s premiere queer…

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#TBT: 25 Years Ago Rosie Perez Danced Her Ass Off in Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’
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#TBT: 25 Years Ago Rosie Perez Danced Her Ass Off in Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’

Spike Lee’s iconic film thrust Rosie Perez into the spotlight and changed cinema forever. Check out her funky moves in this week’s Throwback Thursday.

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TRAILER: Watch This Cute Colombian Kid Teach His Dad to Dance Reggaeton in ‘Gente de Bien’
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TRAILER: Watch This Cute Colombian Kid Teach His Dad to Dance Reggaeton in ‘Gente de Bien’

Franco Lolli’s first film, ‘Gente de bien’ is all about father-son bonding.

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TRAILER: The Lima Film Festival Is Fighting Stereotypes With This ‘Sabado Gigante’ Style Parody
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TRAILER: The Lima Film Festival Is Fighting Stereotypes With This ‘Sabado Gigante’ Style Parody

The Festival de Cine de Lima just kicked off this past weekend. Check out their festival promo that squeezes every Latin American stereotype into one…

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Don’t Miss Genius Grant Winner Natalia Almada’s Lyrical Film On Her Great-Grandfather, Ex-President of Mexico
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Don’t Miss Genius Grant Winner Natalia Almada’s Lyrical Film On Her Great-Grandfather, Ex-President of Mexico

For many Mexicans, Plutarco Elías Calles is remembered as a dictator but, for Natalia Almada he’s family. In ‘El General’ she uses audio recordings of…

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Inocente, Undocumented Artist and Subject of Oscar-Winning Short Documentary, Has Big News
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Inocente, Undocumented Artist and Subject of Oscar-Winning Short Documentary, Has Big News

Back in 2013, on the biggest night of year for Hollywood — the Academy Awards — a young, undocumented Latina artist, Inocente Izucar, was thrust…

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TRAILER: ‘What Now? Remind Me’ Is a Cinematic Scrapbook of Fighting HIV & Fading Memories
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TRAILER: ‘What Now? Remind Me’ Is a Cinematic Scrapbook of Fighting HIV & Fading Memories

‘What Now? Remind Me’ (E Agora? Lembra-me) is Joaquim Pinto’s video scrapbook of a trying year in which the longtime filmmaker turns the camera on…

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TRAILER: Uruguayan Comedy ‘Los Enemigos del Dolor’ Is Like a Scorcese/Tarantino Mashup, But Funny
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TRAILER: Uruguayan Comedy ‘Los Enemigos del Dolor’ Is Like a Scorcese/Tarantino Mashup, But Funny

It’s got gun shots, screaming, and lots of running through dark corridors. Oh, and it’s a comedy.

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10 Reasons Why Flaca and Maritza of ‘Orange is the New Black’ Are Our Favorite Fictional BFFs
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10 Reasons Why Flaca and Maritza of ‘Orange is the New Black’ Are Our Favorite Fictional BFFs

Flaca and Maritza, the lovable inmates played by Diane Guerrero and Jackie Cruz are BFFs on-screen and off-screen.

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