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Posted by NALIP on March 13, 2020

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Tribeca Postponed: What Comes Next?

Tribeca Postponed: What Comes Next?

Posted by NALIP on March 12, 2020

Uncertainty reigns over the film world today. From major studios to independent art house theaters, the fallout from the COVID-19 global emergency has prompted cancellations, lay offs, and truncated productions, without a clear path to recovery. New initiatives that adapt to the fast-changing landscape have emerged—VOD distribution and online film festivals—but on an individual level, there are countless creators now in a frightening limbo.  

By: Carlos Aguilar

 

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 Call for Submissions: ‘The 2020 Latinx TV List’ Hopes To Uplift Underrepresented Voices on TV

Call for Submissions: ‘The 2020 Latinx TV List’ Hopes To Uplift Underrepresented Voices on TV

Posted by NALIP · February 20, 2020

The issue of on-screen Latinx underrepresentation is, at this point, nothing new. Study after study — not to mention controversy after controversy — reminds us that Latinos are prized as audiences but not given the requisite opportunities to thrive in the entertainment industry. On July 2019, The Black List — the annual survey of Hollywood executives’ favorite unproduced screenplays that has since also become an online hub for aspiring screenwriters everywhere — partnered with The Latin Tracking Board, MijenteNALIP, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, Remezcla and UnidosUS to create the very first Latinx List for feature screenplays. That list ended up including recent Sundance film Blast Beat as well as three projects from up and coming Latina screenwriters.

Warner Bros. Hosts Next Generation of Filmmakers for WB Studio Day 

Warner Bros. Hosts Next Generation of Filmmakers for WB Studio Day 

Posted by NALIP · February 15, 2020

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This past weekend, nearly 200 high school students spent the day on Warner Bros.’ Burbank lot immersed in the company’s first-ever WB Studio Day. The gathering was an opportunity for those participating in the WB First Cut program and interested in production careers to engage more deeply with the studio and gain insight into various career pathways the entertainment industry has to offer. Through a partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District and nonprofit Ghetto Film School (GFS), WB First Cut provides filmmaking curriculum, skills and expanded industry opportunities to high school students. Now in its third season, the program first launched in 2018.

The Black List Opens Submissions For Inaugural Latinx TV List

The Black List Opens Submissions For Inaugural Latinx TV List

Posted by NALIP · February 15, 2020

The Black List is partnering with The Latin Tracking Board, NALIP, Remezcla and The Untitled Latinx Project for the inaugural Latinx TV List. Interested writers and creators who are interested can submit to blcklst.com between now and March 18.