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Jennifer López Is Ready to Conquer Netflix

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If all you see on billboards and commercials is the choreography of 'In the Heights,' it's not by chance. The flavor of Latin culture...

Selena The Series Part 2 Announces Date in New Trailer

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An unavoidable sign that a film production is well done is when, despite knowing the ending of the story in advance, fans follow the...

America Ferrera, Netflix’s Newest Film Director

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America Ferrera is a renowned actress, having won both Emmy’s and Golden Globes. Now, she is on a different goal: to direct films. She...

New Netflix Documentary Sheds Light on U.S. Involvement in The War...

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Just when we thought there were no more stories to tell in the war on drugs, Netflix proves us wrong. The streaming giant has released...

Netflix’s Diversity Crusade Seems to be Working

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The past year was not only marked by the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was also twelve months in which the struggle to...

Netflix’s “Break It All” and the Rebellious Roots of Rock in...

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‘Rockeros’ of all ages are talking about “Break It All/Rompan Todo,” the six-part documentary series on Netflix launched in December that tells the little-known...

LALIFF Selects Five Visionary Afro-Latinos For Their Inaugural Latinx Inclusion Fellowship...

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When it comes to representation and diversity on the screen, festivals have a big responsibility. From selection, screening, and dissemination, their platforms are today...

Welcome to the Strangest Holiday Season of Our Lifetime

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The holiday season is here and, while it’s a time we usually gather and reunite with our loved ones, the bottom line is that...

Netflix Finally Announced Selena’s Series Release Date, and We Can’t-Wait

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Documentaries, books, movies... Selena Quintanilla's story has survived decades in everyone's memory in an attempt perhaps to keep the Tex-Mex star alive. With the new...

Immigration Nation Might Be the Only Documentary You Will Have a...

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Immigration Nation might be the only Netflix documentary you will have a hard time binge-watching or even recommending. From beginning to end, the sadness...