Juan Mejía Botero, director of “Igualada,” talks about making a film about Colombia’s first Black woman vice president, Francia Márquez.
As a child, the Mexican filmmaker behind “Tótem,” Lila Avilés spent a lot of time alone – an experience she now brings to the big screen.
Ariana DeBose sat down with LatinaMedia.Co to talk about her new film “I.S.S.,” life since her Oscar win, and how she chooses roles.
Dominican-American novelist Angie Cruz received widespread acclaim for her novel Dominicana. Her newest and fourth novel How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water follows Cara Romero as she loses her factory job during the Great Recession and returns back into the job market. Over twelve sessions, she tells the story of her life […]
“La Borinqueña” writer/creator Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discusses the superhero’s origin, her impact so far, and crowdfunding the hardcover.
Director Roger Ross Williams says, “Getting past homophobia and sexism – It’s possible. ‘Cassandro’ lets us see that it’s possible.”
In “Family Lore,” Elizabeth Acevedo traces each of her character’s lives to create a single, overlapping, and powerful portrait of a family.
As Miles’ mom, Luna Lauren Vélez is the heart of “Across the Spider-Verse,” and LatinaMedia.Co caught up with her to discuss the film.
In “The Neapolitan Sisters,” author Margo Candela touches on themes of sisterhood, family, and the true cost of keeping secrets.
Patricia Engel discusses her latest book, The Faraway World, her writing and editing process, and advice for emerging writers.