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‘America vs. Billy Holiday’: Singer Andra Day Saves Lady Day Biography | Culture

A year ago it was the broken child prodigy Judy Gardland in the fatal drift of her maturity, and now it is the turn of another fragile legend, Billie Holiday, jazz myth and target for years of the Federal Department of Narcotics of her country for her consumption of heroin. The United States vs. Billie […]

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The timid return of the theater in Latin America: between tragedy and innovation | Culture

In February, when Chile celebrated being the most rapidly vaccinated country in Latin America, six actors were ready to present a play by Jean Anouilh, Ladies’ orchestra. The cast was luxurious —Luis Gnecco, Tomás Vidiella, Cristián Campos— and the theater was one of the most important in Santiago: the Oriente Theater. The piece, set in […]

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The Chilean film ‘Agent Topo’ will represent Latin America at the Oscars | Culture

Still from the film ‘Agent Topo’, nominated for the Oscars.NETFLIX The Hollywood Academy decided this Monday that Top Agent, a Chilean documentary filmed as a detective film about loneliness in a nursing home, will be one of the five nominees for Best Documentary Film. With this announcement, Top Agent It will be the only Latin […]

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A Korean Family Makes Their Way into Rural America and Five More Movies to Watch This Weekend | Culture

Steven Yeun and Alan S. Kim in ‘Minari’, by Lee Isaac Chung.THE COUNTRY The drama Threatening, about a Korean family that moves to the heart of the United States to live as farmers, hits theaters in Spain after winning the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. From France comes the documentary A girl, by […]

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Latin America builds the United States | Blog From the shooter to the city

Two hundred dollars per square meter (166 euros). The habit of working with little generates the ingenuity and audacity that the Mexican studio Producer has been demonstrated by building a set of experimental houses in Denver (Colorado). The architects talk about rethinking low-density areas – such as the first belt around downtown Denver where this […]

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John James Audubon: The ‘Far West’ Adventurer Who Painted All the Birds of America | Culture

Portrait of Audubon with his horse and his dog ‘Dash’ by his two sons. “We got our weapons ready and went ashore in Kentucky.” The person who writes these lines in his diary after descending from a boat with which he follows the wild course of the Ohio River to the Mississippi and which has […]

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