The Storm That Swept Mexico

Premiered May 2011

The Storm that Swept Mexico is a two-hour documentary that tells the gripping story of the Mexican revolution of 1910, its causes, and its legacy. Eleven years in the making, and shot in HD, this film uses contemporary footage and interviews with participants, historians, and others, as well as period photographs and motion pictures from the earliest days of cinema, editorial cartoons of the time,

The Storm that Swept Mexico is a production of Paradigm Productions, Inc. in association with the Independent Television Service (ITVS). Major funding was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities, ITVS and Latino Public Broadcasting.

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