Univisión promotes the new novela “Hoy Voy a Cambiar” based on the life of Lupita D’Alessio, a legendary Mexican singer. The novela narrates her life story and takes us through the ups and downs of the singer. Click HERE for more details. Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at Remezcla.com, Remezcla Estaff has the story on 11 Mexican directors worth knowing about. These are some among the many geniuses that were a part of the Guanajuato International Film Festival. Click HERE to view the full story. (Photo from giff.mx) Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
“I’m proud of my Mexican heritage,” Cejudo said. “But I’m an American. It’s the best country in the world. They call it the land of opportunity, and it is. Maybe if some other kid watches this, he can do the same.” Read the full story HERE.
“If you’ve driven down La Brea Avenue near Olympic Boulevard over the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed a big sign for Trejo’s Tacos, featuring the face of actor Danny Trejo, that cool guy from the “Machete” movies and “From Dusk Till Dawn.” This is Trejo’s new taco restaurant — a project from […]
GREAT article on the Miami New Times website! Latin artists coming together in this amazing video “We’re All Mexicans.” Using music to come together against Trump, a political candidate who has attacked the Mexicans for sometime now, is truly admirable. “You might not experience it much if you rarely leave Miami-Dade County, but there are […]
The heros at PartsUnknown @lucha_vs_ninja have a gr8 wrap up of lots of Lucha films online – Viva El Santo One of the great things about our current era is the millions of entertainment options available at a click or tap. Its also one of the biggest problems we face. Sifting through the tonnage of […]
This looks spectacular! Recommended by Alvaro Rodriguez! “As I Walk Through The Valley documents 40 years of musical history and Mexican-American culture. It is the first comprehensive look at rock music in the Rio Grande Valley. The film is an oral history of the popular music of The Valley told by the musicians, promoters, producers, […]
From TheLifeStenance.com , Imogen Sara Smith with this beautiful piece on the MoMA’s Mexican Film Noir series. In American film noir, Mexico appears as a haven for fugitives, a languid and slightly delirious vacation from reality, a country still free from the pace and anxieties of modern life. But Mexico produced its own ciné negro, […]