If depicting intimacy on screen is complicated, talking about teen and queer sex seemed impossible. Until “Sex Education” came along.
Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest short film, “Strange Way of Life,” is a spaghetti Western postcard to unanswered love.
“Cassandro” is a moving, and sweet biopic that touches on interesting ideas about gender and performance, even if it could have gone deeper.
Lottie isn’t a power-hungry villain or a powerless victim. Rather she’s a complicated character that lives in the static of ‘Yellowjackets.’
A beautiful, meditative film, “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” both is and is not the typical coming-of-age story.
Che Diaz, the first Latinx main character in the SATC franchise, is a queer cliché and that’s not the type of representation we need.
While we mourn the Supreme Court’s recent regressive rulings in #TheLatinaPress, we won’t let the backlash stop us.
QWOC Film Fest walks with the integrity that follows two decades of honoring local legacies and the struggles of the global majority.
Whenever I think of the phrase “happily ever after” the first image that comes to mind is Cinderella and her Prince Charming waving from the back of a horse-drawn carriage (understandable since we’ve been conditioned by movies and fairytales to believe that’s what a happy ending looks like); I rarely think about people who don’t […]
#TheLatinaPress is covering LALIFF, la mente, and Pride this month, proving once again just how diverse and beautiful our community is.