Sergio C. Muñoz
Interview With Oscar-Nominated Bhutanese Filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji
Intelatin speaks with Indian-born Bhutanese Pawo Choyning Dorji, director of ‘Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom,’ which has been nominated for an Oscar in the Best International Feature Film category.
A New Protagonist in Philanthropy: Young, Female and _________
What kind of protagonist would I unleash into the nonprofit ecosystem over the next 10 years if she had the face of AOC and she had the power of the immigrant dollar behind her?
A Question for Sam Pollard About His New ‘MLK/FBI’ Film
“This film is an opportunity for young people to have a window into that history and understanding the level of complexity of America and the two-faced ideas that Americans have,” the filmmaker told Intelatin.
Emprendimiento latino (VIDEO)
Existe todo un mundo de inversión en el emprendimiento que requiere de toda una educación especial que no te enseñan en la escuela.
Thoughts on the Paraguayan Film LAS HEREDERAS and an Interview With La Yegros
The Intelatin podcast for March.
A Conversation With the Filmmakers of PÁJAROS DE VERANO (Birds of Passage)
Latino Rebels Radio: February 6, 2019
Podcast from Intelatin: LGBTQ Self-Identification and Certification with Sonia Luna, CEO
“What was difficult for me was not so much the being Mexican American, but it was the fact that I was a closeted lesbian.”
Podcast from Intelatin: Filmcraft | Norman
I was invited to a screening of a film called Norman, directed by Joseph Cedar and starring Richard Gere and a stupendous actor named Lior Ashkenazi.
The Intelatin Feature on Music and Money (PODCAST)
I am one of the few individuals who didn’t like Nirvana.
The Intelatin Interview With Jamaican Musician Derajah (PODCAST)
“Yes I, Rasta Is Love and Love Shall Lead The Way. So I Man say Rasta Is The Future. Yes I.”
Woman-Owned Enterprise: MXCNAS, Featuring Claudette Zepeda
“When I was eighteen, I was a rebel and my parents were threatening to send me back to Guadalajara to a private school.”
Woman-Owned Enterprise: MXCNAS, Featuring Sabina Bandera
Time to celebrate Mexican emprendedoras as the natural leaders they have become on both sides of the border.
A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story (A Playcraft PODCAST From Intelatin)
The Intelatin podcast, September 2016.
Podcast from Intelatin: Foodcraft | Chef’s Table
Host Sergio C. Muñoz looks at the cuisine of Mexican chef Enrique Olvera, Brazilian chef Alex Atala and Argentinian chef Francis Mallmann.
Podcast from Intelatin: Filmcraft | Neon Bull
This month we welcome Gabriel Mascaro, director of ‘Neon Bull,’ and Dra. Arlene Dávila, author of ‘El Mall: The Spatial and Class Politics of Shopping Malls in Latin America.’
Podcast from Intelatin: Bizcraft | Latinx in Silicon Valley
This month, we welcome Dave Alba of Grid Logistics to Intelatin. Dave is an entrepreneur from East LA. His startup is housed at LACI in downtown LA. Last week, I entered into the world of entrepreneurship by laying a business on the table and dissecting it for my audience. That business was a film called Bella Vita, […]
Podcast from Intelatin: Filmcraft | ‘Embrace of the Serpent’
This month Intelatin interviews actor Brionne Davis, who stars in the 2015 Colombian adventure drama ‘Embrace of the Serpent.’ Plus a chat with the Chiapas indie-rock band Vayijel.
Podcast from Intelatin: Casa Grande + Nicolá Cruz
This month on Intelatin, discussions with director Fellipe Barbosa of ‘Casa Grande’ and chef Orlando Spigno of Eqeko Peruvian Cuisine, with music by Nicolá Cruz and others.