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 […]
The disdain my parents have for ODAAT Elena is blatant. I want to protect her, like I have myself, but her sitcom trappings make it impossible.
“Not so long ago people who looked like us didn’t appear in major film franchises,” says ‘Fast and Furious’ star Michelle Rodriguez.
As we get close to International Women’s Day (March 8), let’s take a moment to highlight some feel-good Latina-led films.
We want to share Latinx movie history in Hollywood, and part of that is the many times that non-Latinx actors played Latinx parts.
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.’
These five Latinas are proof you can follow your dreams, be unabashedly yourself, and create your own path – all while making a difference.
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!
LatinaMedia.Co co-founders Cristina Escobar and Nicola Schulze are here to help you untangle what happened with ‘In the Heights,’ appraise the film’s importance, and add a bit to the conversation.
The Latinx community DOES NOT agree on In the Heights and that’s a good thing – let’s confront the colorism in our community and hold even our heroes/stars/favorites accountable.