The fighting between the Sandinista government in Nicaragua and the Contra rebels backed by U.S. money and expertise is the focus of this pro-Sandinista film by Haskell Wexler. On a secret mission to help the U.S. Special Forces train Contra rebels in the jungles of Nicaragua, American soldier Eddie Guerrero begins to question the morality of the task at hand and consider how his actions may influence the fate of a nation.
t Happened in Naples . - A tourist, duped by Carmine thinks of buying a fourteen year old virgin and is sold at a homosexual. Tonight or Never - The rich ing. Bislecchi , rejected by Gigia maintained , it does " rejuvenated " by dr. Himler and becomes a robot. The amnesty . - Milcare , with the excuse to see a good lawyer , possesses under the eyes of her husband Colonel sure to enjoy then of an impending amnesty . Gennarino the emigrant . - In Germany with his wife Anna , Gennaro works as a stallion for the lowest category of porn movies . Only when he's in front of his wife as partner reaches record performance . Exchange made in Germany. - Nicola and Sisina , Sicilian barons , go to Germany for an "exchange of couples" , Sisina is reluctant ; Then , when her husband fails to disinibirla , beats him by far.
To be Latino in America is one thing, but to be a gay Latino is another. Norman Green's documentary delves into this minority within a minority. Gay Latinos have to break through the added layer of religion and masculinity embedded in the Hispanic culture. Jesse, an openly gay college student; Marisol, a woman who's nervous about coming out to her mother; and Gustavo, a drag performer, all share their thoughts and experiences.
A woman working in a caribean Cabaret meets a man in the harbour that just went out of jail. They recognise in each other common feelings of rage and fury and then they fall in love in a story without words.
Documentary film interviews leading Latinos on race, identity, and achievement.
In Houston, the aspirant to photographer Amie receives a complete Salsa and Mambo dancing course from her close colleagues and friends as her wedding gift. Her wedding with the wealthy and arrogant Jason is close and she intends to dance...
Colombia's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1980
The producers of Hustle Up video magazine showcase the Latino sound with a collection of exclusive music videos and candid interviews with some of the biggest stars in hip-hop. Featured artists include Don Omar, Hector "El Father," Ivy Queen, Luny Tunes, the Mas Flow Family, Bimbo and Zion y Lennox -- plus exclusive behind-the-scenes footage captured at the Mix 107.7 Mix Action Sports concert in Puerto Rico.
The award-winning producers of Urban Latino TV and the pages of Urban Latino Magazine give you an inside look at the Urban Latino Movement. It's the story of a people on the move, and the stories are as diverse as the people themselves. From college students to entrepreneurs of music, fashion, art, sports, comedy and entertainment, Urban Latino TV introduces viewers to the movers and shakers of this new movement that's sweeping America.
Some of the hottest Latino quipsters on the scene bring their copious comic chops to the stage at the legendary Ice House in Pasadena, Calif., in this rollicking edition of the Latino Comedy Fiesta hosted by Jeff Garcia. The laughs just keep on coming as wisecrackers Sebastian Cetina, Franky C, Shayla Rivera and Rudy Moreno -- making their home-video debut -- uncork their edgy style of ethnic humor.
Documentary film interviews leading Latinos on race, identity, and achievement.
A discredited police inspector is given a second chance, in the form of a dangerous assignment. Chosen because of his uncanny resemblance to a Lt. Revere, the inspector impersonates him in order to penetrate a group of mercenaries with orders to assassinate its leader.
Gay Latino L.A.: Coming of Age is a documentary following the lives of three young gay Latino men who are searching for their identity as they deal with issues of family, machismo, religion, culture, and living in LA. Sharing their journey with us are Alejandro "Alex" Aldana an undocumented immigrant hipster from Mexico, Brian Pacheco a Salvadoran activist and Berkeley graduate, and Carlos Gomez a Mexican American from South Central Los Angeles who wants to get away from the gang life. The film portrays through footage that is interlaced with poetic visuals of an Aztec dancer in the hills around Los Angeles to covey the independent journey of self-discovery.
Some of the country's most talented Latino comedians come together for this raucous multicultural laugh-fest recorded live in Times Square and hosted by Joey Vega, a comic who's appeared on Comedy Central and toured with pop star Marc Anthony. Featured funnymen sounding off on a variety of gut-busting topics include Jason Andors, Andres Fernandez, Imagine, Rich Ramirez and Mark Viera.
Hundreds of thousands of Latinos saw military action for the United States in World War II, and twelve of these heroes won our nation's most prestigious award, the Medal of Honor. All of the soldiers, sailors and airmen who served have a story to tell and now ten Latino veterans in their 70s and 80s offer reflections -- filled with heroism, fear, pain, sorrow, joy and humor -- on their role in a war that changed the world.
MasterChef Latino sets out to find the best amateur cook whose talent and passion could transform his/her life. Many aspiring chefs will audition before the MasterChef Latino judges, but only a few will make it to boot-camp. There, their culinary skills will be pushed to the limit as only half will be awarded a place in the MasterChef Latino Kitchen, where the competition really heats up. The amateurs are whittled down as they face their toughest challenges yet. It's a life-changing journey for many, but only one will be crowned MasterChef. Produced by Endemol Shine Latino, a division of Endemol Shine North America, MasterChef is the most successful food format of all time, has been adapted in 51 territories worldwide and has been a primetime hit for over a decade.
The first major documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos, who have helped shape North America over the last 500-plus years and have become, with more than 50 million people, the largest minority group in the U.S.
American Latino TV is an award winning nationally syndicated television program produced by American Latino Syndication, a division of LATV Networks. The weekly magazine and culture lifestyle program showcases American and foreign-born Latinos making a positive impact in American society. Now in its 11th season American Latino TV set the standard for highlighting American Latino Culture through entertainment, the arts and sciences, education and sports. The show has had various hosts throughout the years including, Liza Quin, Belqui Ortiz, Stephanie Ortiz, Jeannette Sandoval, Julian Dujarric, Daisy Fuentes and is currently hosted by Valery Ortiz. American Latino TV can be seen weekly in over 100 cities in over 92% of U.S. Hispanic homes across the U.S. on a number of TV affiliates, as well as in reruns on Cable networks. Segments from the show can also be seen on the Internet and the show is broadcast internationally in the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and in parts of Canada bordering the U.S. The show often airs in tandem with its sister program LatiNation and has also spawned a series of specials titled American Latino Presents and The American Latino Awards.
Boston Latino TV is an English-language, culturally Latino production that utilizes new media to showcase the Latino presence in Boston on Public-access television cable TV. BLTv positively portrays the Latino culture through both, Latino hosts and on-site event video coverage, among English-Speaking Americans.
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica was the Latin American version of the Video Music Awards. They were established in 2002 to celebrate the top music videos of the year in Latin America and the world. They are presented annually and broadcast live on MTV Networks Latin America. In 2010, the awards were cancelled replaced by the MTV World Stage Mexico.