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Latino Community, Politics, Immigration in Los Angeles
Lean Like a Güeysian: Watch This Video About Bangkok’s Thai Cholo Scene

Lean Like a Güeysian: Watch This Video About Bangkok’s Thai Cholo Scene

“By day I’m a government bureaucrat. By night, I’m a tattoo artist and gangster.”

Arte

Latino Art, Theatre, Dance, Fashion, Poetry in Los Angeles
State of the Art LA: The Week in Latino Art

State of the Art LA: The Week in Latino Art

State of the Art is Remezcla’s weekly guide to the can’t miss Latin art openings in your city. Your one stop shop for some culture…

Cine

Latino Film, Independent Movies, Festivals, Reviews in Los Angeles
Tribeca’s Imagination Series Gives Filmmakers an Empty Script and Lets Their Imaginations Run Free

Tribeca's Imagination Series Gives Filmmakers an Empty Script and Lets Their Imaginations Run Free

Spanish screenwriter Maite Fernandez Perez’s award-winning short film follows two artists whose street art suddenly comes alive.

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Tribeca’s Imagination Series Gives Filmmakers an Empty Script and Lets Their Imaginations Run Free

Spanish screenwriter Maite Fernandez Perez’s award-winning short film follows two artists whose street art suddenly comes alive.

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Netflix Taps Mexican Director Gaz Alazraki to Create Spanish-Language Soccer Series
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Netflix Taps Mexican Director Gaz Alazraki to Create Spanish-Language Soccer Series

Netflix is stepping up its game and just greenlit its first Spanish-language original series.

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From Los Caifanes to Roger Rabbit: 3 Tribeca Latin American Directors Talk Influences
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From Los Caifanes to Roger Rabbit: 3 Tribeca Latin American Directors Talk Influences

From ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ to ‘The Yellow Submarine’ these three directors talk about the films that made a lasting impression on them.

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BAFICI Diaries: Film Awards, the Peruvian Coen Brothers & the Closing Night Party We Missed
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BAFICI Diaries: Film Awards, the Peruvian Coen Brothers & the Closing Night Party We Missed

The Buenos Aires Film Festival is over. After spending day after day in a dark cinema watching the best of global indie films, we are…

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This Year, Tribeca’s Latin American Films Focus on Music & Youth
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This Year, Tribeca’s Latin American Films Focus on Music & Youth

In three of this year’s Latin American films playing the Tribeca Film Festival the stories feature youth and the music they love.

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