Joaquín Sabina – Una Cancion para la Magdalena (Live)
In April they recorded their 3rd independent record production produced by their General Director Felipe Martinez, arrangements by Javier Martinez and Pepe Martinez. They participated in different soap operas of Televisa and Tv Azteca without neglecting their particular clients and enlivening Fairs of the Towns.
On July 9th they performed at the “Mariachi Spectacular” Festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico, alternating with the best Mariachi in the USA, El Sol de Mexico and the best Mariachi in the world, Vargas de Tecalitlan.
Pitbull – Piensas ft. Gente De Zona
In Rayuela (1963), Julio Cortázar knew how to condense his aesthetic, literary and vital obsessions into a diverse, deep, inexhaustible mosaic that, in turn, wonderfully reflects the most essential aspects of his time. The turbulent love of Oliveira and La Maga, the friends of the Club de la Serpiente, the unpredictable walks through Paris -the city that promises heaven but can lead to hell-, find their counterpart in the adventure of Oliveira, Talita and Traveler in Buenos Aires.
Drawing on a wide range of sources, Marie Arana captures a vivid portrait of South America in the early 19th century, the one that forged Bolivar into a valiant general, a brilliant strategist, a portentous writer and an unparalleled politician; in short, one of Latin America’s most admired characters. Bolívar is a thrilling biography in which the reader will find the image of a tragic life captured in all its splendor and a moving manifesto of the true essence of the Latin American people.
Bad Bunny – Tití Me Preguntó (Letra / Lyrics)
Comedy is a genre that for many is difficult to handle. Making people laugh is a great quality and achieving it, although it may seem easy and natural, can be extremely complicated. In Mexican cinema, this becomes evident when it is hard to find films of the genre that manage to “get it right” because most of them do not generate laughter, they feel stiff and empty and are usually full of dialogue that leads to nothing, with performances that detract greatly from the overall quality of the film; it is as if they wanted to copy foreign models of comedy, but when they are tropicalized or adapted they lose their sense and grace.
Emilio Portes (Conozca la cabeza de Juan Pérez, 2008) is one of those few filmmakers who has managed to overcome the barrier of imported comedy, to provide Mexican theaters with something different that oscillates between black humor, irony and cruelty, mixed with Mexican idiosyncrasy.
There is no doubt that Mexicans know how to laugh at their misfortunes and their truths, and in Pastorela, the director makes it completely clear: laughter can be heard in the theater at the actions that are carried out throughout the story, despite the fact that many of them show situations that, in another context or film genre, would be considered “misfortunes”.
This song appears in “La Boda de mi Mejor Amigo”.
Our two most international actors, Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas, were carried away together with Óscar Martínez in this story by Duprat and Cohn, a parody about the world of today’s industry and mainly its most visible face: the performers. Review of ‘Official Competition’Premiere: February 25
Jorge Coira’s film, one of the action movies of this 2022, was in charge of opening Malaga. This thriller based on real events tells us about Juan, who works for the secret services; in order to gain access to the villa of a couple involved in arms trafficking, he approaches Wendy, the Filipino maid who lives in the house and establishes a relationship with her that will become increasingly complex. In parallel, Juan performs other “unofficial” jobs to protect the interests of the country’s most powerful elites, who have now set their sights on Angel Gonzalez, a seemingly nondescript politician whose dirty laundry he must find or “invent”. Luis Tosar led the cast of the story. The keys to ‘Código emperador’Premiere: March 18