Manolo Caro’s “Tales of an Immoral Couple” To Debut in U.S.

Manolo Caro’s “Tales of an Immoral Couple” To Debut in U.S.

Posted by NALIP on August 03, 2017

Image By: HOLA MEXICO DISTRIBUTION

Manolo Caro’s “Tales of an Immoral Couple” first debuted in Mexico in November 2016 and became one of the top-grossing Mexican films of that year. The film was first distributed by Cinepolis in Mexico and will be distributed by U.S. Latino distribution company Hola Mexico for its U.S. theatrical debut. “Tales of an Immoral Couple” will premiere in select locations on Friday, August 25.

 

Tis' The Season of Giving

Tis' The Season of Giving

Posted by NALIP on January 19, 2017

Tis’ the season to be jolly, giving and grateful and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) is thankful to have such amazing supporters who have advanced NALIP’s mission in advocating for underrepresented voices across media. NALIP invites you to be a part of the #SeasonOfGiving, show your support and #CreateWithUs this holiday season!

Don't Miss The 6th Hispanic/Latino Media & Marketing International Conference

Don't Miss The 6th Hispanic/Latino Media & Marketing International Conference

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

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NALIP supports the 2017 International Conference on Hispanic/Latino Media and Marketing, as it is crucial for Latinos in media, especially scholars to have a platform and further develop their skills. The International Conference on Hispanic/Latino and Marketing originated in 2009 as the Assessing the State of Spanish-Language & Latino-Oriented Media International Conference.

 

Latinos at The Golden Globes

Latinos at The Golden Globes

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

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Four was the lucky number for Latinos in media at the Golden Globes this year, or should we say unlucky?  Gina Rodriguez for her role in “Jane the Virgin,” Gael Garcia Bernal for his role in “Mozart in the Jungle,” Lin-Manuel Miranda for his original song in “Moana,” and Pablo Larraín’s film “Neruda”, were the highlighted Latinos of the night, but unfortunately none of them took the award. There was however a bigger representation when it came to the African-American community. It was great to see recognition of talent and as stated by the National Hispanic Media Coalition, great to see “broken barriers in an industry that has been slow to change“.  What does this mean for Latinos and inclusion in the industry; are we making progress, taking steps back or standing still?

Janine Jones-Clark New SVP of Inclusion Department at Universal Filmed Entertainment

Janine Jones-Clark New SVP of Inclusion Department at Universal Filmed Entertainment

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

Image Courtesy of Deadline

As audiences continue to change, NALIP is excited to see studios committed to developing initiatives dedicated to diversity and inclusion. Recently, Universal Filmed Entertainment named Janine Jones-Clark SVP of Global Talent Development and Inclusion department. We believe this effort to embrace a more diverse culture will increase the quality of the studio’s work and allow it to continue expanding its audience. As viewers, we have the power to encourage change in Hollywood.

Deadline highlights Janine Jones-Clark new role:

Latino Media Market 2017 Deadline Approaching!

Latino Media Market 2017 Deadline Approaching!

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

Attention all filmmakers! Want the opportunity to pitch your project to top level executives, in the hopes to advance your career, project or make invaluable connections?

One Day at a Time Premieres on Netflix

One Day at a Time Premieres on Netflix

Posted by NALIP on January 18, 2017

 Netflix’s reboot of “One Day at a Time” does a refreshingly realistic take on a Cuban-American family. The show, which was released last weekend, consists of an all-Latino cast and has showrunners Gloria Calderón-Kellett and Mike Royce ensuring that the on-screen family stays true to its story. In an interview with E! News, Calderón-Kellett and actress Justina Machado (who plays Penelope) discuss why they are happy with the timing of the show’s release.