Eva Longoria, Victoria Alonso, Academy Dialogues: The Erasure of Latinos In Hollywood. s part of its “Academy Dialogues: It Starts With Us” series, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents a conversation exploring the complexity of being Latin, the legacies of colonialism, identity, and solutions for inclusion.
Panelists include Executive Vice President, Production, Marvel Studios Victoria Alonso, casting director Carmen Cuba (“The Martian”), director Nadia Hallgren (“Becoming”), actress, producer, director and activist Eva Longoria, and founder/president, American Entertainment Marketing and co-founder, LA Collab Ivette Rodriguez. Moderated by the Academy’s Lorenza Muñoz, Executive Vice President, Member Relations and Awards. For more information on “Academy Dialogues” and upcoming programs, please click here: https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-launches-new-conversation-series-race-and-gender-equity-filmmaking-academy-dialogues-it?_cldee=ZWRpdG9yQHRoZXBvd2VycGxheWVybWFnLmNvbQ%3d%3d&recipientid=contact-72e40055e585e711810600505683369f-288204fcbfe34b64a5460f22763e5cca&esid=77e7cf6a-16f3-ea11-a815-000d3a5c0190
Victoria Alonso, EVP, Production, Marvel Studios
Carmen Cuba, casting director (“The Martian”)
Nadia Hallgren, director (“Becoming”)
Eva Longoria, actress, producer, director and activist
Ivette Rodriguez, founder/president, American Entertainment Marketing and co-founder, LA Collab
Lorenza Muñoz, moderator
WHEN & WHERE:
Available starting Thursday, September 10 at 1:45pm PT on YouTube.