Peligrosa! Celebrating 10 years of puro pinche pari with this just-in-time-for-the-holiday-parties compilation. #ppp
When the end credits for Star Wars: The Last Jedi started to roll, I turned to a good friend and colleague and asked her, “Could we ask the projectionist to play it again?”. I could not stop grinning throughout the film, even during its most somber moments. It was the smile of that young kid […]
By Gozamos on December 14, 2017
Whether trying to survive 45s first year in office, or just trying to get through this thing called life, this playlist is as diverse as our team and covers genres from Latin alternative and folk to hip-hop and gospel vibes.
By Toma Lynn Smith on December 12, 2017
A review of The Disaster Artist starring James Franco.
How would one categorize Guillermo del Toro’s marvelous, entrancing, delicate and sometimes dark new film The Shape of Water? As an adult fairy tale? Well, all fairy tales were written and told by adults for an adult audience before they were bowdlerized by the Grimm Brothers and Walt Disney. As his most personal film? Hell, […]
By Señor Lebowski on December 6, 2017
On Saturday , Dec. 9, React Presents: The Broken Crowns Tour featuring Matisyahu, Common Kings and Orphan at Concord Music Hall.
Aguijón Theater opens its 28th season with Death and the Maiden
Writing a screenplay that your audience personally relates to is the goal of most films, but “Coco” is different because for once the story is not told through the lens of an anglo world.
Thanks to the awesome folks at Fandango, Gozamos is giving away three beautiful collectible Coco-themed Fandango gift cards valued at $25 each! Enter your name and email below. We’ll be selecting three winners in a few days. Coco from Disney/Pixar hits theaters today, 11/22! Check out our interview with co-director Adrian Molina. For a list of […]
Pixar’s Coco is the second digitally animated film centered around Día de los Muertos to be released in the last three years. It shares with the Guillermo del Toro-produced and Jorge Gutiérrez-directed The Book of Life a lead protagonist who loves music and wants to make a career out of it against his family’s wishes. […]
The “Quimica (Dance With Me)” Music Video Was Directed By Dutch Filmmaker Femke Huurdeman And Produced By The Acclaimed Crew CANADA; The Song Features A Riff By Bomba’s Longtime Friends Balkan Beat Box
By Catalina Maria Johnson on November 20, 2017
Stateside indie musicians from Puerto Rico co-found PRIMA to bring relief to fellow artists in la isla del encanto.