Actor Tonatiuh Elizarraraz hopes to spark change through storytelling.
Edwin Porres Jr. addresses Latinx inclusivity in his film “Hóllyweird.
Pearl Malik hopes to have more open conversations on stigmatized issues.
A documentary about a group of 1960s nuns who rebel against the Catholic Church in pursuit of personal freedom highlights forgotten piece of feminist history.
Centered on a woman in a rural Georgian town, the film’s masterful camera work guides viewers through the perils of religion and patriarchy, compelling them to not look away.
Movie theaters make us respect and pay attention to the movie we're watching. While they stay closed during the pandemic, we should all still watch movies with the same attention and focus.
Millie Bobby Brown delivers an inspiring portrayal of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister.
The increased accessibility to films and television is a double-edged sword, a battle in which the gatekeepers of “great cinema” are steadily losing and the general public seems to gain a greater edge.
Jayro Bustamante and producer Gustavo Matheu joined Alex Ago at a screening and live Q&A for “La Llorona,” which successfully reimagined the titular character as a pointed critique against the genocide of Indigenous peoples in Guatamela.
Drive-in theaters are a perfect place to practice social distancing while getting out of the house.