Netflix premieres series starring Kate Del Castillo

Netflix will premiere on March 24 the series "Ingobernable", starring actress Kate Del Castillo, which will be the second Mexican production that the platform emits.

The real end of the Mayas

Based on data obtained by radiocarbon studies, ceramic remains and highly controlled archaeological excavations, researchers were able to establish a fairly accurate chronology of population fluctuations, and how building construction increased and decreased in the area.

A place to remember

El Salvador pays tribute to one of the greatest attacks against civilians perpetrated by a Latin American army in aims of preventing violence in the country.

Disney Latin America doesn’t stop

After the imminent success of "Soy Luna", Disney XD Latin America launched the first advance of ONCE, the new original series of the channel produced entirely in Latin America and featuring talent from several Latin countries.

Traces of Maya civilization’s initial collapse found in Guatemala

Centuries before its cities were totally abandoned, the Mayan civilization suffered its first sudden collapse, US and Guatemalan researchers have determined at the Ceibal archaeological site in Guatemala

Is it possible to relive the muysca language?

Approximately a million people spoke Muysca in the Nuevo Reino de Granada (New Kingdom of Granada) before the arrival of the Spaniards, although some words still survive

War stories: “Campo minado”

A director in total possession of her means to join different languages and platforms, avoiding the empty drama and playing with the different tones to tell a horror story, nuanced but not less shocking in the “Campo minado” documentary film.

The “Rebozo purepecha” has deeper meaning

The purepecha rebozo is more than a piece to protect the woman from the cold. It is a symbol of their culture, identity, femininity and marital status which they carry with pride and elegance.

Leo Brower: Culture and history through music

The Latin America we know is a point of admiration, not of repose and analysis but of admiration to an aesthetic phenomenon of great importance. A blend of situations that made our roots. The well-known Cuban composer Leo Brower proves the point.

Fidel Castro: inspiration for “Infidel”

A new drama series is intended to explore the sentimental side of the Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who died last December. It is "Infidel," a project in the development stage led by the Mexican David Barraza Ibáñez and whose objective is to get deeper into the intimacy of Castro through the women who were part of his life.

Berlin Film Festival opened doors

Latin American film industry will represent an "important geographical point" in the Berlinale Forum section, dedicated to experimental cinema, with films from Brazil, Peru, Chile, Mexico and Argentina, and which will also screen a Spanish film, the organization.

Tejo: A banging good time

There is something intrinsically Colombian about the explosive sport of tejo, beyond the gunpowder and alcohol.

Bogotá fashion: Step out in style

Thinking about revamping your wardrobe for the new year? onica Valbuena is on hand to give us the inside scoop on some of the hot trends expected to hit the streets this year.

Colombia considers ban on bullfighting

Highest court to debate if practice violates laws against mistreatment of animals after police tried to disrupt first bullfight in Colombia’s capital city in four years

“Mis planes son amarte”: Juanes’ Project for 2017

Following the premiere of his first single "Fuego" back in October, Juanes will drop a new track and music video titled "Hermosa Ingrata" My plans are Amarte is due in the upcoming months. The album features collaborations with artists such as Fonseca and up-and-coming singer Kali Uchis.

Mexico mixes the past and the present of art

Emmanuel Zavala at his next exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa will present 25 pieces in low and high temperature ceramics. A race of hybrid characters of prehispanic pieces with forms of contemporary ones, seeking unity between the ancestral with current art.

Musical forces united

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee have launched a refreshing new single that fuses pop and urban beats and leaves us wanting to sing and dance more.

Remaining unknown

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has worked with other United Nations organizations to increase and improve the quality of the information collected in censuses, in order to help improve the attention of these groups, which many times are in oblivion. Despite the effort to have accurate information, United Nations organizations say that it is an arduous task.

Where was the Latin American Rock left?

The 80’s and 90’s were undoubtedly the golden age in which, due to social, political and cultural conjunctures, music, especially rock in Spanish, took power. But was it just a stage for the social context?

Latin America and Spain united for the refugees

More than 20 artists, including Spanish pop idol Antonio Orozco and rock group Estopa, have collectively recorded a new version of Joan Manuel Serrat’s poetic classic “Mediterráneo” to bring attention to the current plight of refugees in the Mediterranean.

Inca Hockey: A new year’s ritual!

The indigenous game that has been kept until today is the proof of the syncretism and religious importance in Latin America!

From the past to the table

Strength gathered to learn from the millennial indigenous gastronomy, Latin America is a unique region by its ingredients and its traditions.

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