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New York International Latino Film Festval

We Are Not Invisible: A Latino Actor in N.Y.C. Cinema

Sergio Castillo | Posted 04.18.2016 | Home
Sergio Castillo

I feel a bit perplexed that there are not more films like Hole In The Wall. The struggle of the Latina/o/x working class is all around us in an almost infinite amount of ways, yet our voices are rarely heard in American cinema

And The Latino Film Festival Winners Are...

Posted 08.20.2012 | Home

The New York International Film Festival wrapped up Sunday evening with an awards ceremony that honored the directors and producers of the winning fil...

Writer/Director of 'Elliot Loves' Shares His Love for NYILFF

Gary Terracino | Posted 10.19.2012 | Home
Gary Terracino

I was snatched up by a top talent agency in Los Angeles and off I went to Hollywood, flush with youthful optimism, believing that the world was ready for a gay Latino artist... And nothing happened.

How NYILFF Helped Birth 'Filly Brown'

Michael Olmos | Posted 10.16.2012 | Home
Michael Olmos

I guess you could say that Filly Brown (at least for me) was conceived at NYLIFF 2006, because I spent the entire week with Youssef. During this time we learned we had similar tastes in film and decided that we should collaborate on something down the line.

On Being Selected for the New York International Latino Film Festival

Carmen Pelaez | Posted 10.16.2012 | Home
Carmen Pelaez

When I started out as a playwright, the quality of your work could get you in almost any door, but things have changed -- now it's the quality of your networking ability that matters -- with very few and rare exceptions.

LATINO INDIE FILM: Check Out Films Premiering Tonight At NYILFF 2012

Posted 08.16.2012 | Home

Support Latino indie film! The NY International Latino Film Festival is underway in New York City and there are great films to see today, includin...

HBO At the New York International Latino Film Festival

Lucinda Martinez | Posted 10.14.2012 | Home
Lucinda Martinez

HBO will have significant presence at this year's festival, first and foremost, through the HBO/NYILFF Short Film Competition, a joint partnership that has offered new Latino talent a chance to produce a winning script to film since 2004.

Latino Disconnect: Entre Paola y Gloria and Stuff of Dreams

Soldanela Rivera | Posted 08.21.2012 | Home
Soldanela Rivera

The film projects "La Toma," "Entre Nos" and "Autumn's Eyes" have one thing in common, Paola Mendoza and Gloria LaMorte. They are sisters in creativity in a field where not many women have a stage, get recognized, and much less as Latina filmmakers.

Mamachas Del Ring: A Wrestler's Toughest Fight Doesn't Happen in the Ring

Cynthia Ellis | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Cynthia Ellis

When director Betty M Park tells people that she has made a documentary about indigenous women wrestling in Bolivia, this is the usual response: "mud wrestling?"