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Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has set up his lifelong passion project, a new adaptation of “Pinocchio” at Netflix, the company announced on Monday.
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LOS ANGELES -With awards season kicking off with the Emmy’s in September and the Golden Globes earlier in January, the topic of diversity and inclusion has again resurfaced to permeate the conversations surrounding Hollywood; specifically its lack of representation at this season’s high profile award events. Coming from the previous break out moment from the hashtag “#OscarsSoWhite” these conversations have now sparked a discussion around Latinos in the industry and the lack there of on screen and behind the camera.
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“Shape of Water” and “Coco” Win Big at the 2018 Golden Globes
This past Sunday on January 7th, Latino creators won at the Golden Globes. Guillermo Del Toro’s film “The Shape of Water” won two of the seven categories it was nominated for. This would include “Best Director of a Motion Picture” and ‘Best Original Score.” Also, Lee Unkrich’s and Adrian Molinas “Coco won “Best Animated Feature Film.” You can see the full list of nominations for “Shape of Water” and “Coco” below.
On behalf of NALIP we would like to thank all of our sponsors: Comcast NBCUniversal Telemundo, The Walt Disney Company, FOX Inclusion, MPAA, Labo Digital, El Rey Network and our partners for their support in NALIP's mission of inclusion and diversity. Through our Latino Media Fest we have been able to give a platform for emerging creators as well as recognizing our Latino talent for their work behind the camera. Thank you for bringing our #WeAreInclusion campaign to reality and for a successful Latino Media Fest!
Featured in our #WeAreInlcusion campaign, Nickolas Duarte, writer and director at Crown Chimp Productions and NALIP member just released a new short film called Trouble Will Find Her: https://vimeo.com/223413586
Over the weekend, NALIPster Gabriela Tagliavini celebrated the dual premiere of “How to Break up with your Douchebag” on October 13th which now reigns #1 in the Mexican Box office and is officially in the “Top 12 Best Premieres in Mexican history” according to @canacine.
Watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ki4jVFjQoww
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