The border city of El Paso, Texas, plays as much a character as the story lead.
How would the documentary be different had a black filmmaker been behind the camera?
A story with no real past.
So to “liberal” Hollywood, if this is the way of turning a profit so that you can make flashy donations to progressive campaigns, save yourself the hassle and just stop making these films.
Yes, We Think Jennifer Garner’s New PEPPERMINT Movie Is Racist Anti-Latino Crap, No Matter What Some of Our Fans Tell Us
Why do we even have to explain how racist this movie is?
Organizations are calling on Paramount to sign a memorandum of understanding, detailing how they plan to solve their Latino exclusion problem.
Cinema as Colonialism: Puerto Rican Directors Demand Oscars Put Island Back in Foreign Language Film Category
“Our letter to AMPAS is just part of the struggle of Puerto Ricans trying to keep our culture alive, because culture and language defines us as a nation,” Juan Esteban Suárez told Latino Rebels.
For all of us who are vehemently against Trump’s racist rhetoric and policies, we must boycott all of these movies that portray Latinos as “animals.”
As a daughter of a first-generation Korean immigrant, I was struck by how much Coco reminded me of my Korean roots.
The most visible narrative fiction film that features a transgender actress this year.
Even Josefina López, the Playwright Behind REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES, Thinks LADY BIRD Was Eerily Similar
“I enjoyed it and sometimes I kept thinking, ‘Well, the mom is like the mom in my movie. They won’t let her go to college like Ana.'”
Readers respond. And the author responds to the readers.
It’s way too “coincidental.”
But there is a key element missing from the film. Where are the Indigenous peoples?
I was invited to a screening of a film called Norman, directed by Joseph Cedar and starring Richard Gere and a stupendous actor named Lior Ashkenazi.