We need more Latina faces on screen reflecting the mixture of real Latinx communities. An Ugly Betty reunion would help.
With “Barbie” and “The Color Purple,” women made Hollywood money, lots of it. So perhaps we’ll finally see the representation numbers move.
When it comes to portraying our cultures, 2023 Latinx audiences are rejecting stereotypes. There may be a long way to go, but we’re pushing for more complex, rich, charismatic, valuable, and diverse characters with compelling messages in major productions. The proof of our progress in 2023 is in the long list of performances that moved […]
When looking at the Latinx cinematic canon, Patricia Riggen and Patricia Cardoso are two shining examples of the power of Latina directors.
From real life to TV and movies, eldest daughters have to carry everyone’s burdens and expectations and still keep it together.
“It is literally impossible to be a woman,” says America Ferrera’s Gloria in “Barbie.” And that’s not the only reason she’s our hero.
Barbie isn’t the only one making headlines in #TheLatinaPress Nº28. This hot labor summer, we’re also covering strikes, soccer, and more.
Like it or not, Greta Gerwig’s movie has everyone asking, who is Barbie? And every feminist asking, do we like her now?
In a recurring theme for Latinos in Hollywood, this year’s Emmy nominations gave some warm love to handful of our gente while leaving others out in the cold. But, rather than dribble on with the same facts and figures with regard to Latino Emmy nominees, we are choosing to celebrate those who scored a nomination […]
Latinas shinned at Cinemacon 2023, the four days when A-list stars, studio heads, and theater owners gather to preview their projects.