Available now on Hulu, “The Bold Type” is a vibrant tapestry woven with threads of resilience, authenticity, and relatable experiences.
The outstanding Colombian film, “El Otro Hijo” opens with the end of Federico’s childhood – at the moment his brother dies suddenly.
Rooted in Honduran director Nicole Mejia’s perspective, “A Place in the Field” is a scrappy film with a deep sense of place and culture.
Lottie isn’t a power-hungry villain or a powerless victim. Rather she’s a complicated character that lives in the static of ‘Yellowjackets.’
#TheLatinaPress is covering LALIFF, la mente, and Pride this month, proving once again just how diverse and beautiful our community is.
Cannes winner, ‘La Jauría,’ portrays the topic of violence caused by drug trafficking and armed conflict from an intimate perspective.
As the titular character on ABC’s “Will Trent,” Ramón Rodríguez doesn’t just carry the show – he makes it soar.
Selena Gomez’s Mabel is conditioned to respond to trauma by pretending it isn’t there – and Only Murders in the Building reflects that tendency.
The Valet has a little bit of everything—gentrification, family dynamics, love and heartbreak, friendship, grief, and relatable Latinx humor.
‘Undone’ might seem like a regular comedy-drama with a dash of fantasy, but the psychological and philosophical aspects make it deeper.