Student Resources

Students who are studying Spanish at USD are encouraged to utilize the following resources.

Películas y documentales para las clases de español ~ primavera 2021

 

  1. Library catalog: Kanopy
  2. Eventos virtuales
  3. Netflix / YouTube
  4. Museos virtuales

 

I. TITLES IN LIBRARY CATALOG FROM KANOPY 

1. (2013). Aztecs and the Roots of Mexican Cooking [Video file]. The Great Courses. Retrieved July 23, 2020, from Kanopy.  

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/aztecs-and-roots-mexican-cooking

“Contemporary with the European Renaissance, Aztec culture produced a unique food tradition that survives today in Mexican cuisine. Learn first about Aztec society, its indigenous foods, and distinctive diet. Also study descriptions of lavish Aztec banquets; "signature" foods, from avocados, beans, and chilies to chocolate and maize; and the Aztec philosophy of balance and moderation in eating.”

2. Lebrun, D. (Director). (2015). Out of the Maya Tombs [Video file]. Documentary Educational Resources. Retrieved July 23, 2020, from Kanopy.    https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/out-maya-tombs-0

“Over the past 50 years, thousands of exquisitely painted Maya vases, almost all looted from royal tombs, have flooded into the world's public and private collections. These amazing works of art, filled with humor and mystery, have opened an extraordinary window on the Maya past. But the race to unearth these treasures has destroyed ancient temples and palaces, culminating in the takeover of entire ancient cities by looter armies.

OUT OF THE MAYA TOMBS enters the world of the vases to explore the royal life and rich mythology of the Maya, as well as the tangled issues involved in the collection and study of Maya art. It uses visual fascination as the doorway to intellectual and emotional engagement.”


03. 
(2013). Dutch Treat—Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Tobacco [Video file]. The Great Courses. Retrieved April 1, 2020, from Kanopy.

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/149478


04. First Contact with Europe in Mesoamerica Kanopy

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/2202929

The Great Courses

Review the events that brought an improbable expedition led by Christopher Columbus to the New World in search of Japan. Trace Columbus's later contact with Mesoamerica, and follow the arrival of Spanish conquistadors, including Vasco Nunez de Balboa and Hernan Cortes.

Cartagena: High Walls, Short Ladders—1741

The Great Courses

“The most spectacular battle of the War of Jenkins' Ear was a massive amphibious assault launched against the Spanish port city of Cartagena, Colombia. Trace how this expedition began with great enthusiasm among the British but ended in failure and embarrassment, due primarily to the enmity that arose between Britain's top-ranking naval and army officers.”


05. 
Gabo & Cinema

An Acclaimed Colombian Author and his Relationship to the Cinema

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/4326113

It is said that Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez never allowed for a film adaptation of his singular masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude, arguably the most influential novel in any language of the second half of the twentieth century, to be produced. However, the prolific Colombian writer had strong ties to the movies.

GABO & CINEMA is a commendable and well documented contribution to the general study of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's cultural production. In the voice of his friends and accomplices, the documentary takes us beyond his literary figure and immerses us in his cinematic one.

Official Selection at the Havana Film Festival.


06. 
The Inca Origins—Mythology v. Archaeology

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/148808

“Begin your study of the great Inca civilization by tracing the culture's origin myth, featuring a creator deity who made the cosmos and charged the Inca to found a kingdom in a fertile valley. Compare the mythology with archaeological evidence that suggests that the myths were based in part on historical truths.”


07. 
Liberation Theologies in Latin America

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/5720709

Revisit Latin America to examine the role of Protestant missionaries and their rivalry with the established Catholic Church. After surveying politics and culture in Latin America over the past century, you'll see how Catholic leaders responded to evolving societies. The lecture concludes with a look at liberation theology and the impact of the Christian Right.

08. Carrigan, A. Weber , J. (Director). (2010). Monsenor: The Last Journey of Oscar Romero [Video file]. First Run Features. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.  https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/monsenor-last-journey-oscar-romero

“In El Salvador in the late Seventies, one man was the voice of the poor, the disenfranchised, and the Disappeared - all struggling under the corrupt Salvadoran government. Appointed Archbishop in early 1977, Monsenor Oscar Romero worked tirelessly and in constant personal peril until the day he was assassinated in March 1980.

Romero broke off ties with the military and aligned himself with the poor, delivering messages of hope in weekly sermons which became national events. Encouraging direct action against oppression, Romero's speaking impacted political events in El Salvador that still have meaning to this day.”


09. Puenzo, L. (Director). (1985). The Official Story [Video file]. Cohen Film Collection. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.   

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/official-story-1

“During the final months of Argentinian Military Dictatorship in 1983, a high school teacher sets out to find out who the mother of her adopted daughter is.

Winner of Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards, and Golden Globes. Winner of Prize of the Ecumenical Jury and Best Actress at the  Cannes Film Festival.

"The Official Story is part polemic, part thriller, part tragedy. It belongs on the list with films like Z, Missing and El Norte, which examine the human aspects of political unrest." – Roger.”


10. 
Inca Myth as Imperial Mandate

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/161245

Comparing the Incas to the Roman Empire, you'll find some fascinating parallels, both in history and in mythology. Hear the Kolla creation story from the Incas, based on their understanding of their world, which can still speak to us across the years.


11. Columbus and the New World

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/5690325

“European contact with the isolated Americas dramatically changed the world. Begin by delving into the self-education of Columbus, and the lead-up to his legendary voyages. Follow Columbus's travels, and the impact of his "opening" of the New World. Finally, track further European ventures into the Americas, the Columbian Exchange of foodstuffs, and the devastation wrought by European diseases.”


12. How Foods Spread around the World

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/5694931

“Once domestication was in full swing, foods began to be exchanged among different groups, leading to the subject of this lecture: delocalization. In order to better understand the development of this process, in which food consumed in one area is produced far away, you'll consider examples and case studies including bananas, apples, tomatoes, and corn.”


13. Torre, S. Funari, V. (Director). (2006). Maquilapolis: City of Factories [Video file]. California Newsreel. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.   https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/maquilapolis-city-factories-0

“Carmen Duran works the graveyard shift in one of Tijuana's 800 maquiladoras; she is one of six million women around the world who labor for poverty wages in the factories of transnational corporations. After making television components all night, Carmen comes home to a dirt-floor shack she built out of cast-off garage doors from the U.S., in a neighborhood with no sewage lines or electricity. She suffers from on-the-job kidney damage and lead poisoning from her years of exposure to toxic chemicals. She earns six dollars a day on which she must support herself and her three children.”


14. Berger, P. (Director). (2012). Blancanieves [Video file]. Cohen Film Collection. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.    

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/blancanieves

Set in southern Spain in 1920s, BLANCANIEVES is a re-imaging of the classic tale of Snow White and tribute to silent films.

Once upon a time there was a little girl who had never known her mother. She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves, and became a legend.

Winner of 10 Goya Awards, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress (Maribel Verdu), and Best Film. Nominated for the Discovery Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Cesar Awards.

"From Spain, here's a miracle of fairy tale repurposing: a version of the Brothers Grimm's 'Snow White,' set in Spanish bullfighting country in the late 1920s. Writer-director Pablo Berger's BLANCANIEVES goes all the way with its concept, and then further." - Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune.”


15. 
The Wall

Short Documentaries on the Undocumented Immigration Crisis.

Pragda.

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/5852490

“A compilation of short documentaries on the current undocumented immigration crisis touching topics such as The Wall, the effects of family separation at the border, deportation, and DACA.”


16. 
Peng, G. Dissard, J. (Director). (2013). I Learn America [Video file]. New Day Films. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.   

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/i-learn-america-0

In "I LEARN AMERICA," five resilient immigrant teenagers come together at the International High School at Lafayette and struggle to learn their new land.

The International High School is a New York City public school dedicated to serving newly arrived immigrant teenagers, with more than 300 students speaking two-dozen languages from 50 countries.

"...there's no denying the film's social relevance, especially considering the fact that one out of four children in America is an immigrant." - Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter

17. The Mixtec Rise - Gold and Epic Stories

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/2202897

“Tomb 7 at Monte Alban is a New World version of Tutankhamun's burial chamber, containing an extraordinary number of gold artifacts. Learn about the Mixtec culture that produced these treasures along with many other impressive objects, including illustrated codices of their history and mythology.”


18. 
Reig, I. (Director). (2011). Amerikanuak [Video file]. Pragda. Retrieved July 23, 2020, from Kanopy.   https://www.kanopy.com/product/amerikanuak

Over half a century ago, many Basques left Spain, looking for a better life working as shepherds in the American West. The film reflects on the difficulties faced by these immigrants in a foreign land, their nostalgia for what was left behind, and their effort to preserve the Basque culture.

Official Selection at the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Bogata Documentary Film Festival.


19. 
Food Imperialism around the World 2013

Ken Albala, Ph.D.

The Great Courses

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/149494

“In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, European colonialism expanded across the entire globe as a form of economic empire building. Grasp how Western powers came to control massive production of export crops in nonindustrialized countries, and how political maneuvering enabled large companies to dominate global markets in foodstuffs.”

1492—Globalization and Fusion Cuisines

Ken Albala, Ph.D.

The Great Courses

Humanity's desire for spices and other luxury items eventually connected the entire globe. Track the powerful trading empires of the Venetians and Portuguese, the Spanish conquest of the New World, and the "Columbian exchange"--where plants and animals from five continents were globally transplanted, changing eating habits around the world.


20. 
The Liberator (Libertador)

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/5745145

“Simon Bolivar (Edgar Ramirez) fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great. His army never conquered- it liberated.

Official Selection at the Toronto International Film Festival. Nominated for the Cine Latino Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

"Epic and Absorbing." - The Hollywood Reporter.”


21. 
Palos, A. McGinnis, E. (Director). (2011). Precious Knowledge [Video file]. Dos Vatos. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.   

https://sandiego.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/155998

“Precious Knowledge reports from the frontlines of one of the most contentious battles in public education in recent memory, the fight over 21. American studies programs in Arizona public schools. The film interweaves the stories of several students enrolled in the Mexican American Studies Program at Tucson High School with interviews with teachers, parents, school officials, and the lawmakers who wish to outlaw the classes.”


22. Mi Chacra (My Land)  Kanopy

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/node/95462

“The film tells the story of a young indigenous Peruvian man who has lived his entire life, but for a few brief months, in a small farming village in the mountains above the Sacred Valley. Like eve with the belief that life in the city would be better than the life he leads.”


23. Avila-Hanna, B. (Director). (2017). Life, Deferred (Vida Diferida) [Video file]. New Day Films. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.   

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/vida-diferida-life-deferred

After the announcement of the policy known as "Deferred Action", Vanessa, an undocumented teenager, contemplates the possibility of a future she was ready to give up on. How will this life-changing opportunity impact her life and the lives of those around her?

Running Time . 24 mins 


24. Schuller, M. Bergan, R. (Director). (2009). Poto Mitan: Haitian Women [Video file]. Documentary Educational Resources. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.  

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/poto-mitan-haitian-women

Told through the compelling lives of five courageous Haitian women workers, POTO MITAN gives the global economy a human face. Each woman's personal story explains neoliberal globalization, how it is gendered, and how it impacts Haiti. And while POTO MITAN offers in-depth understanding of Haiti, its focus on women's subjugation, worker exploitation, poverty, and resistance makes it clear that these are global struggles.


25. Herbes-Sommers, C. Cheng, J. Adelman, L. Smith, L. Strain, T. (Director). (2003). Race - The Power of an Illusion [Video file]. California Newsreel. Retrieved July 22, 2020, from Kanopy.

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/race-power-illusion-0

The Difference Between Us examines the contemporary science - including genetics - that challenges our common sense assumptions that human beings can be bundled into three or four fundamentally different groups according to their physical traits.

 

26. Adelman, L. (Director). (2008). Becoming American [Video file]. California Newsreel. Retrieved January 3, 2021, from Kanopy.

https://sandiego.kanopy.com/video/becoming-american

Recent Mexican immigrants, although poorer, tend to be healthier than the average American. They have lower rates of death, heart disease, cancer, and other illnesses, despite being less educated, earning less and having the stress of adapting to a new country and a new language. In research circles, this is the Latino paradox. But as they are here longer, their health advantage erodes. After five years or more in the U.S., they are 1.5 times more likely to have high blood pressure - and be obese - than when they arrived. Within one generation, their health is as poor as other Americans of similar income status.

For Amador Bernal and his family, support from extended family and friends has been central to their ability to stay mentally and physically healthy. But more importantly, their health is protected by the union at the mushroom farm where Amador works; by the social service agency that runs a free clinic on the farm premises for workers; and by the community center that keeps the children safe after school and provides them with friends, after-school tutoring, computer access and a path to a better future. Kennett Square is investing in resources that can help all its citizens feel included and connected.

 

II. EVENTOS VIRTUALES

1, Living Room Lecture: Ancient Maya Cave Rituals 

Where: Online on Zoom

Register for Lecture

When: Tuesday, February 18, 2021

Time: 6:30 pm

Cost: Pay what you wish

https://sandiegoarchaeology.org/maya/

The ancient Maya are perhaps best known for their jungle-covered cities with large plazas and grand temples standing taller than the forests encasing them. These built places are often depicted as the settings of elaborate state rituals where elites would perform their ceremonial duties in front of the masses. Yet important rituals were not performed only in cities. 

Archaeological research over the last few decades has come to reveal that caves and cave-like spaces were among the most potent and important places for ritual performances by the ancient Maya. They were the places where the ancestors originally emerged from and where they returned to after their passing. They were also portals to where powerful Earth forces, particularly the rain deity, could be ritually accessed and negotiated with. 

In this talk, Dr. Jon Spenard will discuss his ongoing cave ritual research in Belize with a particular focus on understanding the relationship between cave rituals and the ancient Maya collapse.

 

2. Virtual Encounters: The Regional Music Of Mexico Featuring Hermanos Herrera 

Where: Virtual Map

WHEN: Sunday, January 31, 2021 at 2 p.m.

COST: Free, Registration required (Ticketleap is free.)

Hermanos Herrera, a music band united in blood and love of their Mexican performing arts traditions, will explore the human experience as expressed through three styles of Mexican regional music. Hermanos Herrera, along with ethnomusicologist Dr. Timothy Rice, will explore the lived meanings of son jarocho, son huasteco, and accordion-based norteño music, from northern Mexico. After each prerecorded performance segment, the band, with instruments in hand, will answer any questions you may have. Bring your dancing shoes and your questions for what promises to be a fun- and music-filled presentation! 

Learn more about this event at https://cwmusic.us/HHprogram

 

3. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Land Ownership

Where: Zoom

Date and time: Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Register Now

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker brings a food studies lens to land ownership

 

4. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Food Sovereignty

Where: Zoom

Date and time: Thursday, March 11, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Register Now

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker is an expert on food sovereignty. 

 

5. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Black Veganism

Where: Zoom

Date and time:  Thursday, March 25, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker is an expert on black veganism. 

 

6. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Racism

Where: Zoom

Date and time: Thursday, April 8, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker brings a food studies lens to the issue of racism. 

 

7. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Indigeneity

Where: Zoom

Date and time: Thursday, April 22, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker brings a food studies lens to the issue of indigeneity. 

 

8. Oppression or Sovereignty? The Future of Food: Decolonizing Food

Where: Zoom

Date and time: Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Contact: John Millspaugh, revjgm@gmail.com

The USD Food Studies Initiative seeks to engage students, faculty, and staff on urgent questions concerning food ethics and to spark an ethical and justice-oriented approach to food on campus. Areas of special interest that have already been identified include utilizing food as a vehicle to analyze and respond to racism, especially anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism; colonialism; food sovereignty; climate change; violence to animals; and the ways in which all these issues often intersect in the question of food justice. Today's exciting guest speaker is an expert on decolonizing food

 

9. Entrevista con la escritora María del Carmen Pérez y el Ilustrador Angel Delgado.

El enlace de abajo contiene una entrevista que hicieron los estudiantes de la Profesora Julia M. Medina con la escritora nicaraguense María del Carmen Pérez y el ilustrador Angel Delgado sobre la colección de microrelatos _Isonauta_(2020). En esta entrevista, la escritora comenta con los estudiantes sobre sus experiencias que la llevaron a escribir su obra en el contexto del Covid 19. Según la escritora, en Isonauta intenta manifestar los sentimientos que una persona tiene cuando vive en confinamiento y siente el deseo de escapar de esa realidad que le impide buscar la belleza del mundo.

https://sandiego.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=36a73841-e772-4efb-9114-ac4800130cb5

 

III. NETFLIX / YOUTUBE

Título:  Alfonsina
Tema:  La vida de la escritora y poetisa Alfonsina Storni
País:  Argentina
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/COF-Lyc-HJk

 

Título:  Todo sobre el asado
Tema:  Producción y consumo de carne en Argentina
País:  Argentina
Medio:  Netflix (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/9R_Dl7MJfqg

 

Título:  El Che (documental completo)
Tema:  Investiga los pasos del “Che” Guevara
País:  Argentina, Bolivia entre otros
Medio:  YouTube (documental complete)
Trailer:  youtu.be/gwAWAGVPVwM

 

Título:  Magesical Andes
Tema:  La cordillera de los Andes
Países:  Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Perú…
Medio:  Netflix (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Q4h12Yi07dw

 

Título:  La Guerra del Chaco
Tema:  Conflicto bélico entre Paraguay y Bolivia
Países:  Bolivia y Paraguay
Medio:  YouTube (Película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/aWdZ-YI8Zm4

 

Título:  Precursores de los incas 
Tema:  Cultura Tiahuanaco monolitos
Países:  Bolivia y Perú
Medio:  YouTube (Documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/4LjTYUMMhsM

 

Título:  Producción de Alimentos
Tema:  La vida en el campo
País:  Bolivia
Medio:  YouTube (Documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/LvdfQ7g7e1Q

 

Título:  Biodiversidad Agrícola 1 
Tema:  Producción de alimentos tradicionales
País:  Bolivia
Medio:  FAO (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/J-KnF9eV-WM

 

Título:  Biodiversidad Agrícola 2
Tema:  Cooperación internacional para la producción de alimentos
País:  Bolivia
Medio:  FAO (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/OjVJZKpUnvE

 

Título:  El cantar de los Grillos
Tema:  Vida de una familia Aymra cuando se enferma y muere el padre
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/FxppRFKg9wk

 

Título:  Machuca (fragmento)
Tema:  Educación en chile en los 70’s 
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube (fragmento de la película)
Trailer:  youtu.be/CP0k450dPWc

 

Título:  Machuca (fragmento)
Tema:  Contexto histórico, político y social de la película
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube (fragmento de la película)
Trailer:  youtu.be/PCCG7rivmC8

 

Título:  Taxi para tres
Tema:  Política
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/uAUat050HiI

 

Título:  Pablo Neruda:  No culpes a Nadie
Tema:  El valor de reconocer tus límites
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube 
Trailer:  youtu.be/T_OND2ArW-4

 

Título:  Massacre at the stadium 
Tema:  Muerte de Víctor Jara
País:  Chile
Medio:  Netflix (documental)
Trailer: youtube.com/watch?v=GN_M3u7GWgo

 

Título:  Fighting for Justice in Central and South America
Tema:  Episodios sobre el poder de la canción política
País:  Chile
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtube.com/watch?v=0nybX2_mYqg&list=PLKB8zkQFlMyLvZvvbvaTu4z9RFMRMMjgM

 

Título:  Las sombras de la esclavitud 
Tema:  El comercio de esclavos en Chile y el Caribe
País:  Chile y España
Medio:  BBC Mundo (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/kGxskMQ5l3E

 

Título:  El aguacate:  El lado oscuro del superalimento
Tema:  Riesgo ambiental por el cultivo de aguacate en Chile
País:  Chile
Medio:  DW (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/lWqUSGJg1eU

 

Título:  El testigo
Tema:  Periodismo en conflictos armados en Colombia
País:  Colombia
Medio:  YouTube (varios documentales cortos)
Trailer:  youtu.be/F-g4HuV64nk

 

Título:  Santuario, el inesperado refugio de indígenas trans en Colombia 
Tema:  Lucha de mujeres trans en Colombia
País:  Colombia
Medio:  BBC Mundo (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/ZxEkMGziyDU

 

Título:  Los nuevos revolucionarios de Cuba 
Tema:  Una nueva voz de los cubanos
País:  Cuba
Medio:  BBC mundo (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/rlYN7MCr_i0

 

Título: Monseñor Oscar Romero
Tema:  La vida de Oscar Romero
País:  El Salvador
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/N9x0NeMQGJ4

 

Título:  Cien metros
Tema:  Relacionen familia
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Y8bg-g4dl8w

 

Título:  La casa de papel 
Tema: Robo de un banco
Paía:  España
Medio:  Netflix 
Trailer:  youtu.be/03dEMfada8Q

 

Título:  Tiempos de Guerra 
Tema:  Trabajo de enfermeras en tiempos de guerra 
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix 
Trailer:  youtu.be/LcyUJIhtYas

 

Título:  El ministerio del tiempo
Tema:  Viaje al tiempo de Cervantes
País:  España
Medio:  YouTube (episodio)
Trailer:  youtu.be/KsMRbErGcGQ

 

Título:  El tiempo entre costuras 
Tema:  Crisis económica en tiempos de guerra
País:  España
Medio:  YouTube (fragmento)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Ck510VZYlGs

 

Título:  Vientos de agua (High Seas)
Tema:  Drama en barco
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix 
Trailer:  youtu.be/xNGrofTnStk

 

Título:  Todos lo Saben
Tema:  Drama familiar, hija desaparecida. 
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/w7cvj9RabiA

 

Título: Ocho Apellidos vascos (Spanish Affair)
Tema:  Comedia  
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/ADQD_Zt7qpI

 

Título:  El laberinto de fauno (Pan's Labyrinth)
Tema:  Drama political, fantasía  
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtube.com/watch?v=4Evmr2ZCjWc

  

 

Título:  El fin de ETA
Tema:  Tiempos de terrorismo en España 
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/7MkmTAExZwU

 

Título:  Camarón Revolution
Tema:  Vida de un compositor de Flamenco
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/a25U8gnw9bQ

 

Título:  Barça Dreams
Tema:  Historia del club deportivo Barcelona
País:  España
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/cV-ZsAheCqw

 

Título:  Los Mayas, gran Cultura Desaparecida 
Tema:  Misterios de la civilización maya
País:  Guatemala
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/2sEVVSOWri0

 

Título:  Guatemala: Corazón del mundo maya (Heart of the Mayan World)
Tema:  El mundo maya 
País:  Guatemala
Medio:  Netflix
Trailer:  youtu.be/O_8On6cf6dc

 

Título:  Haití y Republica Dominicana: cómo se dividió en dos países la isla más poblada de América
Tema:  Las diferencias culturales entre Haití y la República Dominicana
Países:  Haití y la República Dominicana
Medio:  BBC Mundo (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/DSeuPF0Fn_g

 

Título:  Street Food: Latinoamerica
ema:  Episodios que describen la comida típica que se prepara en las calles
Países:  México, Colombia, Argentina, Perú, Bolivia y Brasil Me
Medio:  Netflix (Episodios)
Trailer:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=qErl4he7eMw

 

Título:  María Candelaria
Tema:  Vida de la mujer campesina en México
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (Película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/P0i-yu87FkA

 

Título:  Me he de comer esa tuna
Tema:  Música tradicional mexicana
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/U7cIQ3pBCYg

 

Título:  Monarca
Tema:  La producción de Tequila y los problemas familiares
País:  México
Medio:  Netflix (serie completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/cbOmRtbISi0

 

Título:  Antiguas haciendas mexicanas
Tema:  Historia de las haciendas del siglo XVI y XIX en México
País:  México
Medio:  Netflix (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/fp_i7cnOgbQ

 

Título:  Roma
Tema:  Las trabajadoras domésticas en México
País:  México
Medio:  Netflix (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/fp_i7cnOgbQ

 

Título:  Carrera de bola
Tema:  Tradición Raramuri en la sierra Tarahumara 
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Fv_D3AMmkbo

 

Título:  The 43
Tema:  Asesinato de 43 estudiantes normalistas en Ayotzinapan, México 
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/0jt-urgNN3A

 

Título:  Taco Chronicles
Tema:  Las tradiciones del taco mexicano
País:  México
Medio:  Netflix (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/k2qist_IxZI

 

Título:  Nuestra Lucha Libre
Tema:  Tradición de la lucha libre en México
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Bk7z0wOuwQQ

 

Título:  Los Tigres del Norte - Mi sangre prisionera (Live at Folsom Prison)
Tema:  Música mexicana
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Hkn2Taw8fnk

 

Título:  Lorena, la de pies ligeros
Tema:  Corredora raramuri en la sierra Tarahumara
País:  México
Medio:  YouTube (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/E04zNn9dFZo

 

Título:  Los caminos de comunicación México
Tema:  El problema del consumo de agua en México
País:  México
Medio:  FAO (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/hL6pYxA_Z5U

 

Título:  Respuesta de los pueblos indígenas al cambio climático en Panama
Tema:  Problemas ecológicos en Panamá
País:  Panamá
Medio:  FAO (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/tFpfIX_J274

 

Título:  Compartiendo un Tesoro: de Perú a Etiopía
Tema:  Cultivos ancestrales, la papa
País:  Perú
Medio:  FAO (documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/-vXbW4EWLhE

 

Título:  When two worlds collide
Tema:  Conflicto entre los indígenas y el gobierno peruano sobre tierra en el Amazonas
País:  Perú
Medio:  YouTube (enlace para ingresar a varios documentales)
Trailer:  youtu.be/Qe9ZybqKOLg

 

Título:  Perú: Tesoro escondido
Tema:  Cultura y geografía de Perú
País:  Perú
Medio:  YouTube (enlace para ingresar a varios documentales)
Trailer:  youtu.be/HodJ1g1XFcs

 

Título:  Tupac Amaru
Tema:  Historia andina: lucha por el altiplano
País:  Perú
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)
Trailer:  youtu.be/U04mEqZytxU

 

Título:  El país sudamericano que crecerá más rápido que China y su histórica disputa con Venezuela
Tema:  La importancia de Guyana y disputa histórica con Venezuela
Países:  Venezuela y Guyana
Medio:  BBC Mundo (documental)Trailer: 
Trailer:  youtu.be/9VuaM7nxmSU

 

Título:  La vida de miles de venezolanos en Trinidad y Tobago
Tema:  La vida de los venezolanos que han salido de Venezuela por la crisis económica y polítical
País:  Venezuela
Medio:  BBC Mundo (documental)
youtu.be/bXK31IpSnLQ

 

Título:  Doña Bárbara
Tema:  Película basada en la novela Doña Bárbara de Rómulo Gallegos
País:  Venezuela
Medio:  YouTube (película completa)youtu.be/cLwAnKv2pP8

 

Título: “Doña Bárbara”
Tema:  Telenovela basada en la Novela Doña Bárbara
País:  Venezuela
Medio:  YouTube (Capítulo 1)
Trailer:  youtu.be/9TK3UrdXTG0

 

Título:  Eduardo Galeano - Vivir sin Miedo
Tema:  Cómo vivir descubriendo el valor de las cosas pequeñas (Reflexión de Eduardo Galeano)
País:  Uruguay
Medio:  YouTube
Trailer:  youtu.be/X7lC4Bxojb8

 

Título:  El Pepe a supreme life
Tema:  La vida del expresidente de Uruguay, José “Pepe” Mujica
País:  Uruguay
Medio:  YouTube (enlace para tener acceso al documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/BsKVKgKuzH

 

Título: La noche de 12 años
Tema: Uruguay bajo dictadura militarPaís:  Uruguay
Medio:  YouTube (enlace para tener acceso al documental)
Trailer:  youtu.be/y97o1phiyRY


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