Saturday - Sep 22, 2018

Arts & Entertainment

  • Mexicans screen four films at Cannes

    Mexicans screen four films at Cannes

    An opportunity for young filmmakers to screen their first or second feature or short film by the El Reportero’s news services Four short films from Mexico screened today as part of the Cannes Film Festival Critics’ Week thanks to a partnership with the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM). The films featured were Lo que no se

  • Latino Caucus’ 17th Annual Latino Spirit Awards Honorees

    Latino Caucus’ 17th Annual Latino Spirit Awards Honorees

    by the El Reportero’s news services The California Latino Legislative Caucus recognized on May 7, Latino trailblazers at its 17th Annual Latino Spirit Awards during an Assembly floor ceremony at the State Capitol in Sacramento – Hector Barajas-Varela, (U.S. Army veteran) Achievement in Military Service & Advocacy – Melinda M. Cuellar, (Domestic violence advocate) Achievement

  • Links with Latin America increase interest for Spanish in China

    Links with Latin America increase interest for Spanish in China

    by the El Reportero’s news services The deepening of the diplomatic, economic and cooperation relations with Spanish-speaking countries, especially of Latin America, encouraged the growing interest in China to learn Spanish, especiallized official source reported Monday. Inma González, head of the Cervantes Institute where the Spanish language is taught, said that the impact has been

  • 36th International Film  Festival of Uruguay opened

    36th International Film Festival of Uruguay opened

    by the El Reportero’s news services With a varied and broad film program of almost 200 Uruguayan and foreign films from 50 countries, the 36th International Film Festival of Uruguay was opened today until April 7. The festival was opened at the Montevideo Cinematheque with the screening of the French film ‘Visages, villages’ by veteran

  • Mexican director wins four Academy Awards

    Mexican director wins four Academy Awards

    The Shape of Water wins best film and best director for Guillermo del Toro by the El Reportero’s wire services Mexican director Guillermo del Toro had a successful outing at last night’s 90th Academy Awards, taking home the coveted best director and best picture Oscars for his film The Shape of Water. The dark fantasy

  • Black Panther breaks records, maintains box office lead

    Black Panther breaks records, maintains box office lead

    by the El Reportero’s news services Disney and Marvel’s Black Panther’ continued an impressive run, adding $100 million in its second weekend in U.S. theaters for a total of 700 million, becoming only the fourth movie to achieve the feat. The film also topped past rivals such as ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ and ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ to claim

  • Punta del Este Festival opens in Uruguay

    Punta del Este Festival opens in Uruguay

    by the El Reportero’s news services The Brazilian film João, O Maestro, by Mauro Lima, inaugurates today the 21st edition of Punta del Este International Film Festival, in Uruguay, where over 50 national and foreign films will be screened. With the award for the career of filmmaker Silvio Caiozzi in the Sala Cantegril, this film

  • Mazatlán Carnival gets increased security

    Mazatlán Carnival gets increased security

    An estimated half a million people turned out for Sunday’s parade by the El Reportero’s news services The Mazatlán Carnival will conclude tonight after five days of celebrations that were marred by a murder on Sunday. But as of this afternoon that was the only incident of violence at the event whose first of two

  • Grupo La Cuneta Son Machin performs in SF and visits El ReporteroTV

    Grupo La Cuneta Son Machin performs in SF and visits El ReporteroTV

    by Marvin Ramírez and the news services of El Reportero This week San Francisco dressed in Cañambuco and Fritanga with the music of a Nicaraguan musical group whose mix of rhythms and names of their songs is already causing musical and cultural sensation internationally. On a long tour of several US states, Grammy nominees, La

  • Mexico’s Aida Cuevas wins Grammy Award

    Mexico’s Aida Cuevas wins Grammy Award

    She is the first female Mexican ranchera singer to win one by the El Reportero’s news services There was a surprise in store for a Mexican musician Sunday at the 2018 Grammy Awards. Mariachi and ranchera singer Aida Cuevas took home a Grammy in the best regional Mexican music album category for her Arriero Somos