“The Weight Shifts To The Other Side” by Jordi Perez

“The Weight Shifts To The Other Side” is a short dance film visualizing the painful process of becoming light, discovering your shadows and embracing them as you would your inner self.  I tend to gravitate towards ideas I find hard to talk about so when at the end of last year my mental state was … Read more“The Weight Shifts To The Other Side” by Jordi Perez

Terra Tries to Have a F*cking Conversation by Niara Mae

What we see of TERRA’s bedroom- her messy bed, a mirror in the corner, maybe a desk and chair. She checks the mirror, making sure her hair’s in place, her outfit’s ok- she’s wearing dark jeans and a blue shirt. Ready to go. She grabs a jacket from her closet, but instead of leaving Terra … Read moreTerra Tries to Have a F*cking Conversation by Niara Mae

Staff Picks: Heat

I wanted to include a Staff pick so y’all, our beautiful viewers, can get to know us, the amazing staff behind Mixed Mag. I also wanted to showcase our TV/Film/Theater picks because although it may feel like all you see are white stories or stories of the oppressor, our stories have been here for a … Read moreStaff Picks: Heat

To Watch or be Watched by Lisa Wright

As a child, I was something of a voyeur. It’s natural, of course, for children to both see and consume the world while also trying to understand it, often while fading into the background–the proverbial “be seen and not heard.” Adults often make the mistake of carrying on with their lives as though children are … Read moreTo Watch or be Watched by Lisa Wright

In the Heights Review by Natalia Soto

In the Heights was one of the most highly anticipated features of the year – after all, the release was delayed by a year due to a global pandemic you might have heard of – but it’s also the film I’ve been the most nervous about. Ever since viewing the trailer back in 2019, I’ve … Read moreIn the Heights Review by Natalia Soto

“Make a Move” a SHORT screenplay by Minh Pham

INT. LIVING ROOM – NIGHTLUCIA (20) and OLIVIA (20) sit on the sofa, facing each other. We hear echoes of a party throughout the house, but it feels like the whole world is just the two. Their knees touch. Lucia leans in. Olivia leans in. INT. MONICA’S BEDROOM – LATER LUCIA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGHHHHH MONICA Lucia, just- … Read more“Make a Move” a SHORT screenplay by Minh Pham

Staff Picks: Side Characters

I wanted to include a Staff pick so y’all, our beautiful viewers, can get to know us, the amazing staff behind Mixed Mag. I also wanted to showcase our TV/Film/Theater picks because although it may feel like all you see are white stories or stories of the oppressor, our stories have been here for a … Read moreStaff Picks: Side Characters

Up and Coming Actors: Swarnima Singh

Who’s an actor to watch out for? Who’s on the rise? Who’s the next big thing? Well check out Swarnima Singh! Tell us about yourself! What’s your name and pronouns? Where were you born/ where did you grow up?  My name is Swarnima Singh, and my pronouns are She/Her. I am an actor & singer, … Read moreUp and Coming Actors: Swarnima Singh

Podcasts to listen to: Get Out The House! 

Here’s a very fun podcast recommendation, it’s a comedic horror film review podcast called Get Out The House!  Hello Killers, Queens, and everybody in between! Get Out The House is a comedic podcast where your hosts Ash, Zannie, and Nick discuss horror movies through a racial lens, specifically asking why white people do what they … Read morePodcasts to listen to: Get Out The House! 

Water Your Plants by Niara Mae

A bedroom. The walls are slightly off-putting shade of pink. The room’s a weird mix of childhood nostalgia with more mature furniture- the bed’s covers are a modest gray, but there are old and well loved plushies on a shelf against the wall. The bookshelf has a mix of comics and novels.MARY enters, making a … Read moreWater Your Plants by Niara Mae

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