The Mandalorian would make Don Miguel Ruiz, author of “The Four Agreements” proud, with the creed standing in for his spiritual tenets.
Friends and acquaintances constantly recommended that I watch Aubrey Plaza’s work – and as a deadpan Latina, I get now why they did.
With “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” Ke Huy Quan reclaimed his rightful place as an actor, but Asian communities remain underrepresented.
Film and television all begin on the page so I spoke to three Latina screenwriters who opened up about the struggles and rewards of creating.
“Marcella Arguello: Bitch, Grow Up!” is fun without dismissing the struggles of this world, and intelligent without feeling unapproachable.
It used to be that immigrants on TV were almost exclusively Latinx but that’s been changing thanks to show’s like Netflix’s “Mo.”
In 2021, the French-language Netflix series Lupin took over, becoming the first French series to debut on Netflix’s U.S. top 10 list. Well-made and brilliantly paced, the show gave us suspense, intrigue, and beautiful shots of Paris. It also introduced us to Assane Diop, portrayed by Omar Sy. If you haven’t seen the show yet, […]
Stories about people who’ve lived through war are often one-dimensional but ‘Derry Girls’ portrays a much more complicated truth.
As a comic book fan, I’ve noticed many superheroes are often depicted as loners with shameful secrets. Once their cover is blown, these heroes become larger-than-life, gods, and eventually targets. Even with the help of their sidekicks, superheroes carry a weight on their shoulders as they navigate their worlds with a secret identity. But the […]
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