Christmas is one of the best times of the year for a fabulous London theater break.
On this day last year, I was not in the best terms with Saint Cecilia. I was feeling a little bit angry about some of the sacrifices I sometimes made for music & musicians. What came out of those emotions on her day were this too half angry-half worshipy poems.
When most people think of Caribbean holidays, the first things that come to mind are drinks served in coconut shells, white sands, Latin or reggae music and turquoise seas. Because of the weather, the scenery, the promise of Latin-style fun, and even the abundance of good looking Latinos and Latinas around, the Caribbean is the Read more »
Recientemente enviamos nuestra película Raúl a ATLANTIDOC.
Al pasar el proceso de selección, y como hay una sección competitiva de documentales uruguayos, con premio para el mejor de ellos, y dado que solamente se habían seleccionado cuatro largos, de los cuales uno no debería de estar compitiendo por estar dirigido por el propio director del Festival (RICARDO CASAS), estábamos seguros de que el Jurado internacional tendría la oportunidad de ver nuestra película.
Ruben Rada´s Life Achievement Award and Max Capote´s Best New Artist nomination. Latin Grammys do Uruguay.
The South of Spain is a place you can visit year-round. When I lived there, our winter consisted of a couple of rainy weeks, nothing more. The region is still beautiful in the fall, without the crazy throngs of tourists everywhere. I spent a lovely week there during the Huelva film festival in November. I Read more »
Nothing beats that old world charm of Europe with its majestic ancient buildings and museums full of wonders. I have many favorite places all over Europe. Here are some iconic images from some of them. When I think of Portugal holidays, unlike most travelers, I think of the bucolic relaxation of Sintra. In Spain, I´d Read more »