The visibility of the black population has grown exponentially in culture, to the point that we are seeing more and more black characters in movies and literature. Today, there is protagonism in the works, and stories have also gained space to be told by black authors and filmmakers. This is …Read More »
What happened to DreamWorks anyway?
In 2016, news mobilized fans of animated films such as Shrek and Madagascar. The animation studio Dreamworks, responsible for creating these franchises, was sold to NBCUniversal, an arm of communications giant Comcast Corporation, which is considered the largest company in the US TV market. The business transaction, which was in …Read More »