Welcome to Latino Media Arts & Studies
The Latino Media Arts & Studies Program, or L-MÁS, is an endeavor of the Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin with a three-fold mission: to support students interested in learning more about Latina/o/x-oriented and -produced film, television, journalism, and advertising, to support Latina and Latino film and media producers, journalists, and advertising professionals in training, and to foster scholarship and teaching on these topics. We do this through supporting a Latino and Latin American Media Studies minor, open to Moody College students and all UT-Austin undergraduates, through annual speaker series, and through other programming for students and researchers.
The Latino Media Studies Minor Presents: On My Block - 5-6:30pm W 10/17, CMA 3.120.
Learn about the Latino and Latin American Media Studies minor, open to Moody College students and now to all UT undergraduates. We'll watch and discuss the acclaimed Netflix series On My Block. Open to students in the minor, those interested, and allies! Torchy's tacos and drinks will be provided.
Screening of Alex Rivera's Sleep Dealer - 5-7pm T 10/30, BMC 5.102
In preparation for filmmaker Alex Rivera's presentation on Nov. 1, we are screening Rivera's award-winning film science fiction border film Sleep Dealer.
Latino Media Arts & Studies Series: Filmmaker Alex Rivera - 5-6:30pm Th 11/1, BMC 5.102
Filmmaker Alex Rivera presents on his past work, including the award-winning sci fi border film Sleep Dealer and his current film project, The Infiltrators, a docu-thriller about undocumented activists, as part of the Latino Media Arts & Studies Series.
Latino Media Arts & Studies Series: María Hinojosa, NPR's Latino USA - 3:30-5pm T 4/16, BMC 1.202
Latino Media Arts & Studies is a program of the Moody College of Communication. It is coordinated by faculty and staff in the Moody College's Department of Radio-Television-Film and School of Journalism.