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    Study: Latina Women Most Likely to Be Naked On Screen

    Also, animators -- i.e., the people who can literally give their characters any color skin they want -- overwhelmingly tend to go with white.

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    Latina Women Are this Summer's Hottest Demographic at the Box Office

    Latinas over the age of 25 have been going to the movies in droves this summer.

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    BFI Film Fund's New Requirements Promote Diversity On and Off Screen

    "To stay really relevant, it is vital that our film and television industries reflect and properly represent our society," said BFI CEO Amanda Nevill.

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    Out in the Night Traces an Attempt to Seek Justice for Queer Women of Color

    The case against the "New Jersey Four" was a perfect storm of injustice.

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    The Four Things I Learned on My Recent Trip to Hollywood

    The movement for change in Hollywood is bigger than anyone thinks it is.

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    Sundance London Directors: Meet Sydney Freeland (Drunktown's Finest)

    "If I look at myself on paper, I'm a minority of a minority of a minority. But for whatever reason, I've never really thought about it. I have a desire to tell stories through film, and I'll do whatever it takes to do that."

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    Why Leslie Jones' Controversial Slavery Sketch on SNL Was So Important

    Jones speaks out about the tough reality for many black women in America, who face the double burden of both sexism and racism.

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    Belle Director Amma Asante Explains Why She Wanted Tell a Jane Austen Story With a Black Protagonist

    There's nothing quite like "Belle" on the contemporary film scene -- a luxurious period piece and a sweet, gentle romance that wears its keenly insightful politics on its silk sleeves. In the first of two interviews, Director Amma Asante discusses gender, love, and the origins of the film.

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    Watch: A Jem Fan Responds to the Movie's Whitewashed Casting

    The "Jem" crew continues to piss off its fanbase.

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    Dreamworks to Make Adventure Movie With Black Girl Protagonist

    Voice talents will include Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Steve Martin, and Jim Parsons.

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