Writer and director Tony Mendoza, and Broad Shoulders Productions (BSPfilm) present the production of Stuffing the Turkey. In this unique show, film and live theater are presented simultaneously creating an engaging and provocative multimedia comedy experience. As a commercial pilot, Ana spent most holidays in the air, away from her husband, Carlo a college professor, and four […]
Chicago’s Mole de Mayo Festival begins today and runs through Sunday in the Pilsen neighborhood.
Congratulations, Solo: A Star Wars Story! You are the first of this new batch of Star Wars films to have left me indifferent. Whereas I have revisited The Force Awakens, Rogue One and The Last Jedi, with you…well, let me say that once will be more than enough. It’s not entirely your fault. God knows director Ron […]
In a flashback of electronic pop music from the 90’s and early 2000’s Moenia and Belanova packed Rosemont Theater. Some of us grew up with Moenia’s tracks Dejame Entrar and No Puedo Estar Sin Ti sounding off as club anthems. A few slightly younger fans of electro-pop enjoyed hits from Belanova like Dulce Beat and Sueño […]
By Gozamos on May 18, 2018
Album preview of Justicia Universal by Barcelona new wave rockers, Dorian. Plus, their new video for Duele ftg Leon Larregui.
An interview with artist Nando Chang, who just released his new album, Cholito Samurai.
Like his New German Cinema compère, Werner Herzog, Wim Wenders has produced and directed far more documentaries than fiction films in the last twenty years. And, like Herzog, the critical reception to his most recent fictional work (Submergence, Everything Will Be Fine) has been lukewarm at best while his documentary films (Pina, The Salt of […]
By Sandra A. Trevino on May 17, 2018
The lineups for the 2018 Ruido Fest after-parties will take place at Sleeping Village. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 17 at noon.
The road to Chicago’s Pilsen Fest has begun with the annual Battle of the Bands, this year with more variety and the series began with a dose of Chicago hip-hop.
By Sandra A. Trevino on May 14, 2018
Sin Censura is a month-long screening/discussion series focused on the voices and experiences of Latin(a)x women and queer video art/filmmakers from the 1960s to the early 1990s. At Comfort Station June 3-27.
Dread Mar I, New Kingston, Alika, Mellow Mood, Cultura Profetica and more reggae artists you should check out!
This would normally be the space for my top albums of the year rankings, but when Gambino goes HAM like this, all bets are off…