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“Radical” is a beautiful portrayal of what’s possible if only we dare to challenge the norm.
Some of the best Chicano films are the least known.
Re-watchability, excellent performances, and stellar craftsmanship are the common denominators in the best movies of 2022.
Forget about authenticity. Just make something that is honest. If you don’t know the difference then that’s the problem.
Tim Burton's "Wednesday" is straightforward, bold, socially awkward, and not forced.
The documentary film features Estevan Oriol, Luis J. Rodriguez, Sonia Romero, Charley Trujillo, David "Compton" Oropeza, Chuco Moreno, and more. The first...
From powerful ensembles to failed executions, here is a roundup of some AFI Film Fest's biggest movies.
La Mission deserves a space in the canon of Latino-American cinema.
The Black Phone is thrilling, suspenseful, and surprisingly mindful of Mexican Americans
Charley Trujillo previously wrote a book and made a PBS documentary on the same subject.
Media outlets don't get to decide who qualifies as a real "Latino."
Latinos are NOT monolithic. Yet for months, “In The Heights” was shoved down everybody’s throat as the answer to every perceived problem with Latinos in film...
All these years later, and Blood In Blood Out still remains a cult classic.
Edward James Olmos and Lou Diamond Phillips will be in attendance.
A new generation of actors, directors, and writers are leading the pathway to change.
"I'm No Longer Here" tells the story of a young local gang leader who is forced to migrate to New York City after a rival gang threatens him and his family.
A unique, bold reenactment of real life events.
Despite Being filled with misogyny and stereotypes, Scarface still captivates those fascinated by outlaws and the American Dream.
It's hard to deny the beauty of this film, but it isn't without its faults.
Less than 4% of film producers and storytellers in the U.S. are of Latino descent.
The San Diego Latino Film Festival will feature a catalogue of over 150 feature-length films and shorts from all over the world.
The following is part 2 of our interview between Daily Chela contributor Angelica Peña and filmmaker Kareem Tabsch. If you missed it, you can read part 1 of...
I invite any filmmaker to unapologetically tell whatever story they want to tell.
When it comes to "The Help," acknowledging racism is not enough.
Online content will include free Q&A live streams with filmmakers and musical performances.
The following is part 1 of our interview with filmmaker Kareem Tabsch.
"Eh, life's a risk carnal."
NOVEMBER 4th, 2019 (Los Angeles) – On Monday, independent consultant and producer Jordan Michael closed a screenplay option deal with Mexican American...