The Toronto International Film Fest is usually mobbed with over a thousand industry types from all over the world. But this year the partially-online festival has been bleak and deserted.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Art Cullen discusses the battle to keep print news alive in small-town America. Cullen runs Iowa’s Storm Lake Times, along with his brother, the paper’s publisher.
Nearly 20% of Americans are Latino or Hispanic and they buy more movie tickets per capita. But a new report says just 7% of all lead characters in 2019’s top-grossing films were Hispanic or Latino.