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Introducing the Roundtable Series, part of the #NALIP 20th Anniversary Campaign for 2018-2019! 
Featuring outstanding content creators who have helped pave the way for more inclusion and #Latinx representation in the industry. 
Check out the teaser trailer for this year's campaign and stay tuned for this exciting new series!
Do you want to showcase your skills in a creative industry and work with an exciting team leading to make change in Hollywood? We're looking for a Graphic Design Intern at #NALIP! 
See more information about the position at:
The NALIP #LatinoMediaFest Official Selection is now accepting submissions for consideration! 
This annual event showcases works from across all media platforms: narrative shorts, TV/Streaming pilots, digital content, virtual reality, augmented reality and documentary shorts.

#NALIP wants to take your project to the next level by providing the platform to potentially expand your creative work.

Check out full guidelines & apply by the 8/14 deadline |
@netflix's highly successful series @narcos will return later this year with it's fourth season #NarcosMexico. The series will star @marvelantman's Michael Peña @mvegapena and #RogueOne and #NALIPMediaSummit #LatinoMediaAwards honoree @diegoluna_ as Kiki Camarena and Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, respectively.

Advocating for inclusion and representation in mainstream media, #NALIP will continue to champion and highlight #Latinx voices with promising talent and ambition as they work towards establishing a career in the entertainment industry. Read more at:
Congratulations to #AfroLatinx Screenwriter & #NALIPMediaSummit featured speaker @svcanals for the renewal of his @fxnetworks show @poseonfx, which he co-created with Director & Producer @mrrpmurphy of @ahsfx.

Read more about the impact #Pose has made on #LGBTQ+ representation in media:
#NALIP is looking for determined individuals who want to gain experience and build their skills.

Become a part of the #NALIP team & apply to our internship program! 
Position are available to join multiple departments, including digital productions, programming, and communications.

More info on applying at:
#NALIPsters and Executive Producers Pau Brunet & Jana Diaz-Juhl will have their film "Anchor and Hope," participate at @outfest Outfest LA's official competition today at 1:30 PM at #OutfestLA & on July 22th as well.

This film is the second feature by Catalan filmmaker Carlos Marques-Marcet, and explores the intricacies of love and the meaning of family. Don't miss the opportunity to catch this amazing film and support #Latinx filmmakers

Additional movie & ticket info at:
Congratulations to @penelopecruzoficial for receiving a @televisionacad Primetime Emmy Awards nomination for her prorayal of fashion icon and legend Donatella Versace on the FX series "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story." Read more about other nominees and how #NALIP is helping bring more representation to mainstream media:
Huge congratulations to all of the Emmy nominees! Extremely proud of Edgar Ramirez, Ricky Martin, Alexis Bedel and so many more Latinx talent representing the community! #NALIP is honored to see that more Latinx writers, directors, producers, show runners, and actors are getting the acknowledgment they deserve! Check out and support all the wonderful work that these Latinx creators are doing.
A few of the remarkable moments we had at the screening of @blindspotting! A special thank you to Director Carlos Lopez Estrada for coming and doing a Q&A with us, we had an amazing time! Blindspotting is out on July 20, but meanwhile watch our recap video!
We here at #NALIP would like to thank everyone who came to our advanced screening of #Blindspotting starring @daveeddiggs & @rafaelcasal ! With a special thank you to Director Carlos Lopez Estrada where we discussed his directorial debut during our Q&A! Make sure to check out Blindspotting when it hits theaters July 20th!
#Mexican Director Carlos Lopez Estrada reveals themes of systemic oppression, police brutality, gentrification, and prejudice in his first feature film, “Blindspotting”. Critics have already praised the film for its charming humor and culturally relevant scenes, as #Sundance premiered the drama earlier this year. Estrada keeps pushing more stories from minorities, “It’s a responsibility, but it’s also a joy to be able to be a part of this, and to tell stories that I think need to be told and haven’t been told and hopefully will continue to be told.” @clopezestrada @blindspotting