so is coloring this film

listen either finn is gonna get w/ rey (interracial couple in a prominent film franchise, still relatively uncommon in modern media) or finn is gonna get w/ rose (interracial couple consisting of two people of color in a prominent film franchise, even LESS common in modern media) or finn is gonna get w/ poe (interracial QUEER couple consisting of two men of color in a prominent film franchise, unquestionably groundbreaking) so like, no matter who finn winds up with romantically, it’s all good, it’s all important from a representation standpoint, u can all have ur ship wars but i am excited to see who our lord and savior finn chooses and will support him no matter what


I will practice believing my husband loves me, and will love this baby. That this child might really save our marriage. But I could be wrong. Because sometimes, the way he looks at me, I think, man of my dreams, father of my child, this man of mine may kill me. He may truly kill me.

kathleen kennedy: “i think we should cast bel powley who coincidentally is also white with brown hair and light eyes”

rian johnson: “actually it’s really important that we include women of color in these films too so i’ve decided to cast kelly marie tran instead”

kathleen kennedy: 

Call Me By Your Name dir. Luca Guadagnino

Summer of 1983, Northern Italy. An American-Italian is enamored by an American student who comes to study and live with his family. Together they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them.


“It was a matter of joy to me to have this be a completely African film. This is the only Caucasian actor in this film, the one who [Phiona] plays in the chess olympics, and of course, she doesn’t say a word. This is the treatment that so many of us, of color, have been given in so many films, where we are there as backdrops to nameless and faceless places, and are never given a word to speak. this was my little wink at correcting that ratio.” - Mira Nair (Queen of Katwe, 2016)