This year, LatinaMedia.Co’s co-founders, Cristina Escobar and Nicola Schulze, attended the Sundance Film Festival in snowy Park City. It’s the ultimate gathering of Hollywood storytellers, stars, and fans. On Main Street, deals are made, stars mingle supplying the occasional selfie, and everyone’s a little high, thanks to the altitude. We were encouraged to see so […]
Don’t let anyone tell you Latinx people don’t make films. We do – and every year there’s a bevy of movies starring, directed, and centering people at Sundance. Do we then get invited to the right meetings and receive big Hollywood deals that put our stories in front of audiences around the world? If you […]
Quantum Leap, The Boys, Gen V, Bridgerton, Grey’s Anatomy, and so many others are missing the depth and character Latinos bring.
Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest short film, “Strange Way of Life,” is a spaghetti Western postcard to unanswered love.
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 […]
In issue Nº25, #TheLatinaPress covers Latinechella, the phenomena that is Pedro Pascal, and what to watch next.
The Mandalorian would make Don Miguel Ruiz, author of “The Four Agreements” proud, with the creed standing in for his spiritual tenets.
The Last of Us isn’t the kind of show one would expect to shatter stereotypes and yet through it, Pedro Pascal is redefining masculinity.
At the start of a new year, everyone is looking for a little inspiration – we’ve got you covered with #TheLatinaPress Nº21, featuring Latina journalists, watchlists, and change makers.
Out of all that makes “Andor” special, its portrayal of Latinidad might just be the most important thing for our communities.