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Documental cuenta la Revolución Mexicana

Lilia O’Hara – May 6, 2011

Pocos en México conocen los detalles de cómo se dio la Revolución Mexicana y el efecto que ese movimiento social tiene aún en el México actual. En los Estados Unidos son todavía menos…

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PBS documentary captures Mexican revolution, aftermath

Pablo Carlos Mora – May 13, 2011

You may want to take notes during the fast-paced, comprehensive PBS retelling of the Mexican Revolution and its aftermath to be aired Thursday. “The Storm That Swept Mexico” is rich in details and boasts great historic photographs chronicling the events leading up to and following the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

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Straight-shooting documentary details history of U.S.-Mexico relations

Esther J. Cepeda – May 11, 2011

The new PBS documentary “The Storm That Swept Mexico” should be required viewing for two distinct American audiences: U.S.-born Latinos who came to know the stoic faces of Mexican revolutionary icons solely from seeing them painted on the sides of Mexican-oriented grocery stores, and anyone who wants a peek at the roots of 100 years’ worth of U.S.-Mexico relations.

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Estrenarán en EUA el documental “La tormenta que barrió con México”

NOTIMEX – April 10, 2011

Producido por Raymond Telles, nacido en Los Ángeles, el trabajo fílmico de dos horas de duración, presenta espectaculares imágenes desde la Revolución Mexicana hasta el México de 1968. “Quise compartir esta impactante y cautivadora historia con los estadunidenses para que conozcan más de su vecino país y que también descubran que hay más puntos afines de lo que se cree”, compartió Telles con Notimex…

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TV highlights: Week of Sunday, May 15

LA Times – May 15, 2011

¡Viva la Revolución! Pancho Villa (below, left) is among the folk-heroic figures profiled as the special “The Storm That Swept Mexico” recalls the turbulent 1910 Mexican Revolution and the decades of cultural upheaval that followed. (KOCE, 10 p.m.)

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Telles charts ‘Storm’ of Mexican Revolution

Michael Fox – September 15, 2009

Not long after he began developing a film about the Mexican Revolution, Ray Telles was introduced to four men who’d fought with Emiliano Zapata. “We have to get these guys,” he implored prospective funders. “By the time we’re in production, they’ll be dead.” Incredibly, the veterans were more than 100 years old when the East Bay filmmaker interviewed them in 2002. “A couple of them were pretty vivid,” he recalls…

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