Imagine that we all recorded moments in our live during one day, then we edited those various moments into one film. Would it show us just how alike we are or just how different?
On a mild day in September, I stepped off the bus from NYC and arrived in our nation’s capital to attend the All Roads Film Festival, hosted by the National Geographic Society. Previously having pre-screened and reviewed several of the films for Being Latino, I had the chance to meet many great film-makers, and the Read More
The year 2011 has been a great for women in film and television. Bridesmaids dispelled the myth that women can’t be funny. The highest rated new shows on television are CBS’ 2 Broke Girls and FOX’s New Girl. Like the former’s title, the mainstream audience has been blessed with new, more authentic portrayals of what it’s Read More
- via NPR Rita Moreno — the only Latino performer to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony — is reprising some of her most memorable characters in a solo show at the Berkeley Repertory Theater. Up the coast in Los Angeles, John Leguizamo, who co-starred opposite Al Pacino in Carlito’s Way Read More
- via Latino Fox News Amid all the celebration when Nelson Cruz hoisted his ALCS MVP trophy, perhaps few in the Texas Rangers‘ extended family were more elated than general manager Jon Daniels. Before the Dominican outfielder’s hard work culminated with the virtuoso performance against the Detroit Tigers in this year’s playoffs, he was an Read More