This story HAS to be told on the big screen.
Fighting against environmental racism, maintaining sovereignty, the byproducts of corporate development and Big Oil, and the lingering psychological traumas of colonialism.
Latino Rebels Radio, January 29, 2017
Sonia Braga plays Clara: the strong, smart, daring, independent, anti-establishment and confident woman we all strive to be.
Someone you know could be bullied or cyberbullied. Someone you know might be a bully or a cyberbully.
“Studios will realize that bilingual actors provide more flexibility and bring valuable production tools to the table.”
It looks like one more blow is still needed to be struck when it comes to shattering the misperceptions of Latinos in the media business.
What happens to the Mexican traditions, identity and the ideologies of one family after three generations of assimilation into American culture? By bringing old photographs to life, the filmmaker attempts to find why things have changed, how traditions were lost and asks what makes him who he is today. As part of the PBS Online Film Festival, filmmaker […]
Fictional Texas oilman Joe T. Hodo (Greg ‘Gringoyo’ Berger) talks to indigenous community security forces in the war-torn Mexican state of Guerrero.
The Afro-Latino Festival of New York is excited to announce its lineup for this year’s festival, set for July 8-10.
Nos tildan de un pueblo problemático, un pueblo peligroso. Quería mostrar la otra cara de mi pueblo: un pueblo pacífico que reclama derechos.
En esta tercera entrega, Brianne Burke y Meghan Tunno entrevistan a José (Joshi) Espinosa, cineasta kichwa de Otavalo.
“We need to respect women. We are here to save the world, believe it or not.”
“We need to have more women and people of color behind the camera and in decision-making roles. That’s just a fact.”
How the people of Cuba’s creative class are pushing their imaginations, and their government, to the limit.
Only when a united community registers a truly profound disdain, will change take effect.