Is Trump his own man?
In the second part of a long-ranging interview, the writer-director of Rambleras discusses her creative influences and the influence of film style on storytelling.
The first part with the writer-director of Rambleras, one of the best movies to play at this year’s Chicago Latino Film Festival
The Chicago Latino Film Festival showcases the flavorful, humane filmmaking in which Uruguay has come to specialize.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, August 15
Mario Handler’s Venezuelan feature receives a belated Chicago premiere tomorrow.
Dan on a cross-dresser in a nursing home, drunk straight girls making out, and a kid’s developing porn connoisseurship.
The 28th Chicago Latino Film Festival opens Friday at Instituto Cervantes and Landmark’s Century Centre
Filmmakers from Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay screening in the Chicago International Film Festival discuss their work in the free panel New Voices From the Americas Monday 10/12 at AMC River East.