Ten years after its release, the dysfunctional musical family of “Mozart in the Jungle” still holds a special place in our hearts.
Today Gael García Bernal celebrates his 45th birthday and we’re taking the day to re-watch some of his best performances.
Director Roger Ross Williams says, “Getting past homophobia and sexism – It’s possible. ‘Cassandro’ lets us see that it’s possible.”
“Cassandro” is a moving, and sweet biopic that touches on interesting ideas about gender and performance, even if it could have gone deeper.
We are all about celebrating Latinx excellence in film and entertainment – and this month #TheLatinaPress does just that by taking Sundance!
A play-within-a-play, ‘Station Eleven’ uses theater so beautifully as a way to heal the ongoing trauma everyone continues to experience within the pandemic.
We have no idea what’s going to happen. We don’t know who’s going to win the election, when we’ll know the results, or how Trump and his cronies will respond to any of it. We do know that sitting in front of the TV, watching mostly white male pundits flap their jaws in the face of all […]
Who gets to tell the story of breaking the vow of celibacy? Maybe we’re still waiting – even after “Fleabag” and “El Crimen del Padre Amaro.”