Birth of a Nation - Sundance

Oscars 2016: 'The Birth of a Nation' Is First Oscar Contender Out of Sundance

With "The Birth of a Nation" winning the Sundance Film festival, 2016 already has its first Oscar contender.
Sotlight

Oscars 2015 Predictions: 'Spotlight' Wins SAG; Back in Front-Runner Position?

The Screen Actors Guild awards were handed out on Saturday, continuing to add to the suspense of the current Oscar race.
Diego Maradona

'Diego Maradona' Documentary to be Directed By Oscar Nominee

Diego Maradona is one of the most fascinating athletes of all time. Not only is he well known for his incredible work on a soccer pitch, but also for his controversial behavior on and off of it.
Rebecca Hall Christine

Reel Salazars: Rebecca Hall Gives Rich Portrayal of Suicidal Reporter in 'Christine'

“Christine” is a richly layered film that will definitely leave audiences gasping by the end but will prove a rewarding experience.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Top Latin American Films at Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival will well-known not only for showcasing the best of independent film, but also as a showcase for diverse cinema. Latin America cinema has had solid exposure at the festival over the last few years and looks poised to continue to get the same level of notice at this year's showcase. That said, it is interesting to take a look at years past and see which Latino films benefitted from earning a spot in Park City.
Manchester by the Sea

Amazon and Netflix Dominating 'Sundance' Films

The Sundance Film Festival is coming to a close this weekend and many of the year's best films have already been sold to some of the top distributors. However, this year there has been one trend that will like shake up the industry - Amazon and Netflix have dominated the acquisitions.
Geraldine Chaplin

'Vestido de Novia' Lands Top Prize at 49th Annual Latin ACE Awards

The Latin Entertainment Critics of New York have announced their award winners for 2015, crowning "Vestido de Novia" as the Best Picture winner.
Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro to be Special Guest at Ebertfest 2016

Guillermo del Toro is going to be opening the Ebertfest 2016 with a screening of his latest film "Crimson Peak."
Rogue One

Why Star Wars Prequel 'Rogue One' Is the Most Anticipated Film of 2016

With Star Wars euphoria reaching fever pitch, it is no surprise that anticipation for the next installment in the franchise to also become the most anticipated film of 2016. According to Variety, a survey by Fandango has shown that "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is the film that movie goers are most excited to see.
Demian Bichir

Behind the Scenes: Demian Bichir on Collaborating With Quentin Tarantino on 'The Hateful Eight'

Demian Bichir talks about taking on the role of Bob in Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight."
The Treasure

Reel Salazars - The Treasure: The Romanian Film is Worthy of Its Name

"The Treasure" measures up to its name as a film filled with ceaseless formal, emotional and narrative riches. While its earnest style might not suit everyone, those willing to sit patiently will be justly rewarded for their efforts.
Could Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro team up?

Silent Hill Movie News: Hideo Kojima Still Wants to Work With Guillermo del Toro

Those dreaming of the Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro partnership have some good fortune.
Top Movies of 2015

Best Films of 2015: Top 10 Films Include 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' 'Carol,' 'Inside Out'

A look at one Latin Post writer's top 10 of 2015.
Captain America vs. Iron Man

Will Captain America Die in 'Captain America: Civil War?'

Is Captain America going to die in his new movie?
Edgar Ramirez

Behind the Scenes: Edgar Ramirez Talks Making of 'Joy' & 'Point Break'

Edgar Ramirez talks to Latin Post about the making of his two latest films, both released on Christmas Day.
The Hateful Eight

'The Hateful Eight' Review: Vintage Tarantino Inventiveness With Uneven Pacing

Tarantino fans will undoubtedly love the director's continued inventiveness with "The Hateful Eight." That said, it is hard to ignore the film's uneven pacing throughout, particularly the lethargic movement of the first hour of the movie.
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