New Caribbean Film Explores Colourism in the African + Latin Community

Vanessa Erazo (Remezcla) writes about a new film from Puerto Rico—Angélica, directed by Marisol Gómez-Mouakad: Purposely challenging the Eurocentric beauty standards that blatantly plague Latin America on and off screen, Puerto Rican director Marisol Gómez-Mouakad set out to tell the story of an empowered Afro-Latina fighting colorism at home in her debut feature Angélica. The most recent stop on […]

via Film: An Afro-Latina Fights against Her Family’s Colorism in “Angélica”  — Repeating Islands

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