As part of the Gozamos coverage of the 27th annual Chicago Latino Film Festival, Roberto Del Rio Interviews co-directors of the documentary I Am The Queen, Josue Pellot and Henrique Cirne Lima.
By Roberto Del Rio on April 7, 2011
After a much-too-long hiatus, Gozamos’ resident fashion expert returns with a celebration of the hat. It’s high time you invest in one.
Miguel Gallardo’s 2007 graphic novel comes to life in all its optimistic reality and in documentary form.
As part of our coverage of the 2011 Chicago Film Festival, we take a look at a teenage sex comedy that has all the charm and awkward laughs of ‘80s teen movies with the realism of the last decade.
From demonstrating in front of mosques in Southern California, to people protesting the opening of an Islamic Community Center in New York, Islamophobia is rampant. Last week, Islamic Radicalization Hearings were held to question the state of Muslim Americans. As this writer points out, what should be brought to question are the motives.
Gozamos’ Roberto Del Rio implores you to keep your information to yourself after Facebook recently announced it will move forward with a controversial plan to give out the personal information of it’s users to third parties. The issue is of conduct and Roberto remarks that if you wouldn’t give this information to a stranger on the street, you shouldn’t give it out to potentially millions of strangers.
After Jeffrey Cox, an Indiana deputy attorney general, was let go for remarks regarding how to deal with Wisconsin protesters, Roberto Del Rio tries to find the reason behind the supposed double standard that has afflicted elected officials. If the people can speak, why can’t they?
By Roberto Del Rio on March 3, 2011
The Indumentarian rounds up a week that was full of trials and tribulations but also high triumphs. From the exceptionally brilliant collection of a prominent and global local designer and the fantastic party to accompany it, to the poor decisions of a fashion icon.
Wake me up when it’s over. Hollywood’s annual prom night had more low-lights than highlights this year. Ours favorites nominees lost, the hosts were boring, and Helena Bonham Carter wore something wacky- what else is new?
With the Oscars this Sunday, Gozamos’ Indumentarian has stars in his eyes and tuxes on the brain. In the his perfect red-carpet-lined world, uniform fashion is out and taking risks is in. Burn the tux. . . just let George Clooney take it off first.
The Indumentarian does the same Friday night shuffle that us mere mortals dance weekly. The outfit changes, the mirror poses, the curling iron burns- why do we do it? Roberto answers the eternal question who are we really trying to impress?
The premier street style blogger Isa Giallorenzo is having an exhibit at Heaven Gallery and as always, The Indumentarian will be there, ready for his close up. Prepare to dress to impress and let us preview this most exciting event in the Chicago sartorial season.