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Two years after the explosive success of It Would Be Night in Caracas, this journalist and writer from Caracas discusses the complexities of turning the Venezuelan tragedy into a universal story
Despite the many limitations, José Manuel Romero and Erika Rodríguez generate documentary content being watched all over the world
Andrés González Majul and Daniela Berlet Rendiles tell the story of their sex life as a couple in wheelchairs in a 20-minute-long film which is already winning awards. This is the story of how it was made
Besides the presence of superstar Gustavo Dudamel as conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, several programs have been inspired by the organization created by José Antonio Abreu, building opportunities through music education
In January, Chávez’s “cultural revolution,” which reduced to a monochromatic red a whole palette of administrations and symbols, will turn twenty years old. The damage is extensive, but not all is lost
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