Mexican Americans and Selena fans see “Yolanda & Selena” for what it is: a true-crime network’s exploitation of the tragic death of an icon.
Juan Mejía Botero, director of “Igualada,” talks about making a film about Colombia’s first Black woman vice president, Francia Márquez.
Frida Kahlo is an indisputable icon. An artist whose identity and image have surpassed her work positioning her into the higher echelon of cult status. But how well do we know the woman behind her infamous self-portraits? The true magic of Kahlo is her accessibility while at the same time remaining elusive. This dichotomy drove […]
Making “Reinas” was a homecoming for writer/director Klaudia Reynicke, which is ironic because the Sundance film is about the act of leaving.
“Sujo,” an emotionally arresting film by Mexican filmmakers Astrid Rondero and Fernanda Valadez premiered at Sundance to great acclaim.
I count just two Latinas – Melissa Villaseñor and Vanessa Gonzalez – of the 200+ “Netflix is a Joke” performers and I’m celebrating them.
Ten years after its release, the dysfunctional musical family of “Mozart in the Jungle” still holds a special place in our hearts.
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.
Available now on Hulu, “The Bold Type” is a vibrant tapestry woven with threads of resilience, authenticity, and relatable experiences.
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 […]