Posts Tagged ‘Latino Film’

03/31/17: Film Screening and Musical Q+A of We Like It Like That: The Story of Latin Boogaloo

03/31/17: Film Screening and Musical Q+A of We Like It Like That: The Story of Latin Boogaloo

El Museo del Barrio in collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York present a free screening of We Like it Like That: The Story of Latin Boogaloo as part of the Metro Mashup: New York Meets Havana series.  Stay after the film for a special musical Q+A with Latin boogaloo legend Johnny […]


Put You On: We Like It Like That

Put You On: We Like It Like That

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Do you know what Latin boogaloo is? While it was eventually eclipsed by Salsa, Latin boogaloo was the sound of the Latino barrios of New York City in the 1960’s. It was funky, it was brash and it was bi-lingual. We Like It Like That tells the story of this somewhat […]


Proyecto Next – The Recap

Proyecto Next – The Recap

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Ismael Rosario & Edwin Supo ProyectoNext is dedicated to bringing to the masses the Latino films, actors, directors and musicians of tomorrow today. With that lofty goal in mind, I have to say that they delivered mightily in their inaugural event that went down earlier this month. The featured […]


Win TIX to the NYC Premiere of The House That Jack Built Courtesy of ProyectoNext

Win TIX to the NYC Premiere of The House That Jack Built Courtesy of ProyectoNext

That’s right people; the good folks at ProyectoNext are giving away tickets to the New York City Premiere of The House That Jack Built on Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:30 PM. It’s gets better people, the tickets include an invite to the after-party at the uber awesome YOtel. All you have to do to win […]


Trópico de Sangre – The Review

Trópico de Sangre - The Review

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Trópico de Sangre is more than a movie; it is a riveting, eyes-glued-to-the-screen, journey to a Dominican Republic that most Dominicans my age have only heard about in the stories of our elders. In the Dominican Republic of that era, Trujillo was God. He was omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent. He not […]

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