Sunday - Jul 23, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

  • Oaxaca band’s versión of hit song went viral

    Oaxaca band’s versión of hit song went viral

    Young musicians from the Sierra do an adaptation of the international hit Despacito by the El Reportero’s news services The eyes of Mexico and the world have turned once again to the small mountain community of San Bartolomé Zoogocho and the talented members of its youth brass band. Eight years ago it was after the

  • Estrella TV in L.A occupies 2nd place

    Estrella TV in L.A occupies 2nd place

    by the El Reportero’s news services Estrella TV announced that its KRCA-62 TV channel in Los Angeles had the #2 most viewed newscast during the 11PM hour regardless of language, beating ABC, NBC and CBS. “At KRCA we are committed to producing the highest quality newscasts,” stated Andrea Ospina, VP of local news, KRCA 62.

  • Filmmaker Terry Gilliam finishes “The man who killed Don Quijote”

    Filmmaker Terry Gilliam finishes “The man who killed Don Quijote”

    by the El Reportero’s news services British filmmaker Terry Gilliam is now relieved after finishing his film on Don Quixote, which was extended for 17 long years. Gilliam, 76, shared his joy in his profiles of Facebook and Twitter social networks, in which he confirmed completing the shoot of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,

  • Animated films are taking off in Mexico

    Animated films are taking off in Mexico

    Country is new focus of the industry for being ‘original, novel and fresh’ by the El Reportero’s news services Mexico has become a new focus for makers of animated feature films as production numbers are setting new records. The director of Mexico’s animated film festival, called Pixelatl, said in Annecy, France, this week that in

  • Paulina: A travel to an indigenous  community of extreme poverty in S.A.

    Paulina: A travel to an indigenous community of extreme poverty in S.A.

    by the El Reportero’s news services Paulina (Dolores Fonzi, Plata Quemada), the daughter of an eminent left-wing judge, suspends her legal education and the prospects of a promising political career to travel to an indigenous community of extreme poverty on Argentina’s border with Paraguay and Brazil.  She is determined to nurture ‘from the inside’ a project

  • San Francisco Public Library wins multiple national awards

    San Francisco Public Library wins multiple national awards

    by the El Reportero’s news services San Francisco Public Library has recently been awarded four prestigious national awards – from the American Library Association, National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.   “I’m proud that we have received national recognition for so many diverse projects,” said Luis Herrera, San

  • Nicaraguan rock singer launches her first original song/video

    Nicaraguan rock singer launches her first original song/video

    by the El Reportero’s news services As part of her cultural legacy, Nicaraguan singer Martha Vaughan has just embarked on a journey towards what she has always wanted to do: create original music – and of course create her own video. For that dream has just begun for the rocker and performer with the recording

  • Actor Gael García Bernal on tour promoting Neruda

    Actor Gael García Bernal on tour promoting Neruda

    by the El Reportero’s news service Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, is on the promotional circuit for Neruda, a film depicting the dissident Chilean communist and best-known of Latin American poet Pablo Neruda’s time on the run. Set in the late 1940s, the film is no conventional biopic – part political thriller, part slapstick police

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