Director Julia Ducournau’s gender-bending thriller won the Palme d’Or at Cannes—and is finally here. Carlos Aguilar talks to Ducournau and its stars about their unforgettable film.
Originally from Mexico City, Carlos Aguilar was part of the first Roger Ebert Fellowship organized by the Sundance Institute in 2014. Aguilar’s work has appeared in publications such as Los Angeles Times, Variety, The New York Times, The Wrap, Indiewire, Vulture, RogerEbert.com, MovieMaker Magazine, Remezcla, and Filmmaker Magazine, among others. He is a member of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA).
The star of Pablo Larraín’s vibrant new film “Ema,” now playing in U.S. theaters, talks about her fiercely feminist character who dances like there’s no tomorrow.
Filmmaker Viktor Kossakovsky discusses the making of “Gunda,” a stunning new documentary about farm animals centered on a soulful mother pig.
The Spanish auteur and the Scottish screen icon talk to Carlos Aguilar about the dazzling, Oscar-worthy short that they made under COVID-19 lockdown.
Filmmakers—and best friends—Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin open up about their new movie “The Climb,” about the durability of male best-friendship.
The dashing star opens up about his touching new indie film “Monsoon,” grappling with his own cultural identity, and the rumors that he’s being considered as the next James Bond.
Former “Saturday Night Live” director Oz Rodriguez opens up to Carlos Aguilar about his bloody-hilarious new film, which sees a trio of Bronx kids fend off blood-sucking vampires.
Simón Wilches-Castro has animated sequences for Charlie Kaufman’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” Dua Lipa, and “Euphoria.” He opens up to Carlos Aguilar about his hot streak.
The acclaimed actor and filmmaker opens up to Carlos Aguilar about his new Amazon dinner-conversation series “Pan y Circo” (Bread and Circus), the pandemic, and anti-Mexican Trump.