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Tag Archives: Day of the Dead
OF COURSE COCOA is Hot, but when we are talking about the latest Disney film, Coco, yes, that is hot for many reasons as well. From the beginning I had reservations until I did hear the behind the scenes testimony … Continue reading
DocsMX, amazing. If you did not know, DocsMX happens every October – and is absolutely amazing. Hundreds of documentary films, most free, (depending on location) that simply, just open your eyes. October 17th – Parque Pushkin, the film, Las Raices … Continue reading
Over and over and OVER. I think I finally know how to learn Spanish. Sit in a Mexican Bank and anything is possible. So it was Tuesday, after about 2 and a half hours with three people cutting in front … Continue reading
It’s that time of year! Yes, it is Fall, yes, Day of the Dead Celebrations, yes National Novel Writing Month in November, but YES! – Mexico’s International Film Festival is BACK! Last year – pretty incredible and this year’s looks … Continue reading