By Jack Rico
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Thanks for listening to episode 21 of the Highly Relevant podcast! We have a pretty darn good show on tap for you this week. We interview the female director of the hit bilingual film Everybody Loves Somebody, Catalina Aguilar Mastretta, about creating bilingual and bicultural cinema for a new generation of US Hispanics. Also, the Oscars are this Sunday and who better to talk to about the state of multiculturalism at the Academy Awards than April Reign, the creator of the #OscarsSoWhite movement, plus, my review of Jordan Peele’s black horror film “Get Out”.
- Catalina Aguilar Mastretta on bilingual movies 1:44
- JackedIN (news recap) 16:22
- April Reign on Oscar night 18:35
- What I’m listening to this week 30:19
- ‘Get Out’ movie review 31:33
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