Kenneth Talbott La Vega


"Tamara", Biopic of Trans Politician, Tackles Representation in all its Forms

Although uneven in tone, "Tamara" casts an important spotlight on the experience of being trans in Latin America.


May 8, 2017

"Ayiti Mon Amour" Brings Magic and Mystery to Latino Film Festival

Haitian drama "Ayiti Mon Amour" brings magic and mystery to the 33rd Chicago Latino Film Festival.


May 4, 2017

The Beauty of Familiarity: "Una Noche de Amor" Marries Classic Tropes and Whimsy

Unassuming and familiar, "Una Noche de Amor" is buoyed with tenderness and playfulness.


May 1, 2017

Behind the scenes with Voices in Your Head


April 23, 2017

Fire Escape's Winter Screening Heats Up Max Palevsky Cinema

Fire Escape Films' winter premiere lineup was its most eclectic yet.


March 16, 2017


MODA designers finalize their designs for Friday’s show.


Feb. 24, 2017

MCA Hosts First Look of Subversive New Shows

Open TV describes itself as an “arts incubator in beta” which seeks to give queer, trans, and cis-women and people of color a media platform.


February 2, 2017

The Queen is Never Early: Logan Screens a Queer Cult Gem

" 'The Queen' has persisted over the years as a sort of legend of the drag culture of yesteryear, surviving in short iconic clips and memetic quotes floating around in queer media."


January 26, 2017

Moonlight Director, Playwright Talk Identity

Barry Jenkins and Tarell McCraney of "Moonlight" expand on the film's themes of race, sexuality, and gender.


November 3, 2016

Lesbian Brokeback: Park’s "The Handmaiden" Gets Hands-On

Park Chan-wook’s erotic psychological thriller is spellbindingly beautiful.


October 20, 2016