Yalitza Aparicio has been involved in various activities in recent months, such as being a columnist for the New York Times.
The first video for this new channel has been scripted by the writer for Pimienta Films, María Elisa Schmidt.
In the sequences of this promotional material we can see behind the scenes of one of the most moving sequences in Rome.
We all saw her on Alfonso Cuarón’s film Roma and she stole our hearts. From there he became a celebrity in a matter of weeks. Her fame led her to spruce up the cover of Vogue and become a social media influencer. Lenovo hired her to be the image of its #LuvovoWomen campaign. Even the New York Times recently signed her as a columnist. In his first text, he explained how the experience of working on the film Roma was and the importance of the same social level. But what was missing then for Yalitza Aparicio to continue being a figure of the media and raise his figure?
The actress from Rome recently announced her new YouTube channel: “What I do, what I think and what I defend… what I am. After much work today we open the doors of a new space to continue reflecting together; getting to know new stories, places and people. I invite you to my YouTube channel ”, the activist also posted on Twitter.
It is known that the first video of this new channel has been scripted by the writer for Pimienta Films, María Elisa Schmidt, with whom Aparicio has worked for a long time. This new facet joins not only that of an actress (although she has not filmed again after Rome) but also other activities such as that of an activist for minority rights and has acted as a reader of children’s stories in an initiative to the organization Save the Children. She was even invited to join the Hollywood Academy.
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In the sequences of this promotional material we can see behind the scenes of one of the most moving sequences in Rome, the tape in the Aparicio starred in the role of Cleo and earned him an Oscar nomination. In 2019, he was on TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of the Year list. The same year she was nominated for the MTV MIAW in the category called Arriba ¡Arriba las Mujeres! ’
What will be the impact of Yalitza Aparicio as YouTuber?
In this new facet, Aparicio competes with a large group of Mexican influencers whose ranking until 2019 is distributed as follows:
Yuya: 23,563,576 subscribers
Luisito communicates: 22,760,863 subscribers
The Polynesians: 18,629,740 followers
Kimberly Loaiza: 17,427,250 subscribers
Werevertumorro: 16,382,856 followers
Juan De Dios Pantoja: 15,374,004 followers
CaEliKe: 15,255,382 followers
JukiLop: 13,690,309 followers
Extra Polynesian: 12,749,713 subscribers
Muses: 12,530,418 subscribers
FromToxoMoroxo: 11,557,551 subscribers
YourCosmopolis: 10,651,918 users
XpressTV: 10,096,535 subscribers
Go to hell: 9,677,641 subscribers
Gibby: 9,445,035 followers
Before her is the opportunity to bring different content that focuses on her work as a woman proud of her roots and above all, carrying a social message that empowers women and discovers what lies behind her indigenous roots: “She is one of the next steps with which we are already working with the team. An agency told me not to change anything, for me that is already progress. Another, to look for papers in which they do not pigeonhole me, ”he said in an interview for Las 2 Orillas.
The announcement that he would venture into the social network became a trend on Twitter: he received 4.6 million « likes » and messages of support for this project that is starting.
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