Jam-packed weekend with majority of programming free and open to the public.
Review of Vuelven, A Horror Fairytale by Issa López (Playing April 6 and 8 at Chicago Latino Film Festival 2018)
By Sandra A. Trevino on April 5, 2018
Vuelven will be shown as part of the Chicago Latino Film Festival on Friday, April 6 and Sunday, April 8 at AMC River East 21 Theatres.
A Look At Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Spain (Chicago Latino Film Festival 2018)
By Gozamos on March 28, 2018
At this year’s CLFF 2018, this group of recommendations includes films from Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Spain.
We Do Movies by Kelvin Wilson and his review of Roxanne Roxanne.
A look and review of Zoé’s new track, Azul, plus how they’re celebrating the band’s anniversary beyond their “teens.”
By Gozamos on February 12, 2018
A Gozamos hand-selected list of Chicago events recommended for the week of Feb. 12, 2018.
SXSW Now Accepting Panelpicker Proposals, Film Festival Submissions, and Music Festival Applications for 2018
By Sandra A. Trevino on June 26, 2017
SXSW Film Festival is now accepting Feature Film, Short Film, Episodics, Music Video, and Virtual Cinema submissions through October 20, 2017. Artists can now apply to showcase at the 2018 Music Festival directly through SXSW.
By Sandra A. Trevino on May 3, 2017
Hundreds massacred. A government cover-up. Against all odds, a child survived in secret. FINDING OSCAR follows the search for the little boy who can unlock a nation’s healing.
By Luis Antonio Perez on April 20, 2017
A part of the 33rd Chicago Latino Film Festival, Pepo Pa’l Senado (Vote for Pepo) is a jaunty political satire that offers a comedic escape from contemporary political anxieties. A special community screening will be at the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance on April 23, and the film will screen for the festival at AMC River East on April 21, 22 and 23.
One of the best horror films you’ll see this year, foreign or otherwise
A cheesy comedy from the Dominican Republic that will have some people laughing out loud — and others rolling their eyes
An elderly painter ponders the meaning of life after art