On April 28th, Netflix premiered its first Spanish original series, “Las Chicas del Cable.” Responsible for the series is Madrid’s Bambú Producciones, a company helmed in part by Spanish television executive Teresa Fernandéz-Valdés.
Netflix’s original series “13 Reasons Why” premiered March 31st and has since created a lot of debate. At the center of the discussion about the series is its intensely graphic depiction of rape and its handling of the theme of suicide, which is shown as a possible answer to mental health issues.
At its heart, Moonlight is an intensely personal movie that documents the struggle of a person to come to terms with their identity. However, the personal cannot be detached from the political.
The very heart of “Star Trek Beyond” hinged on its makeup and hairstyling department.
“Good evening, hello. I have cancer. How are you?”
If you haven’t seen this film, you need to “Get Out” and watch it.
To “pull off” gender ambiguity by fashion’s standards, one must do so in a very particular way. The first step would thus be: have a thin body to maintain an essentialized grasp on either femininity or masculinity depending on your gender – then you can begin to try androgyny in fashion.
Best known by fans for mercilessly tearing away beloved characters from television shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” Shonda Rhimes is one of television’s most successful producers and screenwriters.
While media outlets touted this year’s iteration of the show as a Beyoncé versus Adele showdown, Queen Bey’s multiple losses reflect the ever-present problem of institutionalized racism in the entertainment industry.
Image courtesy of EttaJamesVEVO via Youtube. It’s a little known fact that Rock and Roll as we know it would not have existed without the musical pioneers that preceded the genre; more specifically, blues musicians. Early rock bands, which were predominately white adaptations, are a clear and obvious copy of a musical genre originating in…