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.
Today Gael García Bernal celebrates his 45th birthday and we’re taking the day to re-watch some of his best performances.
With “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” Ke Huy Quan reclaimed his rightful place as an actor, but Asian communities remain underrepresented.
In this issue of #TheLatinaPress, we celebrate Ariana DeBose’s historic Oscar win, look back on Women’s History Month, and recommend Refinery29’s new series, ‘Cuerpo.’
‘Encanto’s’ Oscar win shows those in power should do everything they can to ensure that media is a true reflection of humanity’s multiculturalism.
Despite the girls’ lives being torn apart by war, the heart of ‘Noche de Fuego’ is not their fear but the love they share.
Latina representation is seriously lacking in Hollywood. That’s why we give so much love, admiration, and appreciation to the actresses who have broken barriers and been recognized for their stellar work. In the acting world, an Oscar or an Emmy is a huge accomplishment – proof that your work is great and that your peers recognize it. That’s why I wanted to highlight the Latina actresses who have received one of these statuettes for their work. Here’s to many more Latinas joining their ranks!
No matter how many times I watch ‘The Half of It’ or how little recognition Alexxis Lemire gets, the movie makes me more hopeful for queer Latinas like me.
Yesterday, the Oscar nominations were released and while we celebrate that for the first time in history two women (and one woman of color!) have been nominated in the Best Director category, we couldn’t help but notice the lack of Latinx representation. This year, only five Latinx folks were nominated in four categories: Best Documentary […]