The outstanding Colombian film, “El Otro Hijo” opens with the end of Federico’s childhood – at the moment his brother dies suddenly.
Hypercompetent and strong, the new Latina stereotype may be positive but it’s still damaging. We deserve to see more of ourselves on screen.
We can’t help but feel a little ambivalent about “Hispanic Heritage Month” and our co-founders are here to help you untangle it all.
Friends and acquaintances constantly recommended that I watch Aubrey Plaza’s work – and as a deadpan Latina, I get now why they did.
“Hot Pepper.” Strictly Dynamite. Mexican Spitfire. These are some of the Old Hollywood films that iconic Mexican actress Lupe Velez starred in. These are also ways to describe Latina women to this day, especially on the large and small screens.
I used to be very forgiving when it came to storytelling, no matter how many stereotypical inaccuracies a piece had. But now I’m just exhausted.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend brought wit, perception, and whimsy to issues as varied as mental health, our culture’s obsession with romance, and, of course, gender norms. I’ll certainly miss it and I won’t be the only one. Of its many achievements, the show’s commitment to portraying the diversity of our communities is one of my favorites. I’ve frequented towns […]
If you haven’t binged Netflix’s Russian Doll yet, you should. The show is perfect. Pretty bold to say, I know, but in the world of prestige media, I challenge you to find something better. Much has been made of Russian Doll’s use of all woman writers and directors and I, of course, love seeing women’s […]