An Argentine director’s film series turns the Bard’s plays inside out to find new roles for female characters.
Will Marisa Monte’s latest album open a door to greater recognition for Latin American artists?
After decades of praise, some are souring on the late literary icon. A new book defends his legacy.
Brazilian millennials love this writer from the 1980s—and his tender depictions of queer life in the big city.
A Colombian novelist puts a fictional spin on the extraordinary biography of director Sergio Cabrera.
A pyrotechnic Brazilian pianist and a transgender Mexican “witch” put daring new twists on established musical convention.
A Swedish–Costa Rican director takes an unexpected approach to themes of sexuality and religious devotion.
An innovative after-school program boosts students’ performance in the classroom – and on stage.
The Peruvian novelist brings Central America’s bloody Cold War past to life – with a surprising political angle.
Mauricio Cárdenas proposes something radical for these times: a pragmatic focus on recent accomplishments.
The hit series shows Latin American viewers the sorry state of the U.S. social safety net.
The Dominican musician’s genre-defying performances make a virtue of pandemic-imposed constraints.
Itamar Vieira Júnior’s searing novel has captivated Brazil’s literary scene.
Ada Ferrer dives into Cuba’s deep connection with its northern neighbor.