The film-maker, Javier Corcuera, has the same profound and melancholy look as his father, the great poet Arturo Corcuera, who passed on to him the memory of his friend, Javier Heraud. Manuel Robles Sosa Heraud is the fallen poet in a guerilla attempt on 15 May 1963, and […]
Censorship, hostility or repression against the homosexual community or immigrants are realities that still exist in British and Spanish society. Talking about it is not always easy, but with art, many things are possible…and more effective.
Today, as vice-president of this institution, Daniel Villaflor Piazzolla is tasked with continuing the worldwide promotion of his grandfather’s legacy – the genius who changed the history of tango in Argentina. Maylín Vidal Laura Escalada Piazzolla, the wife of Astor Piazzolla, has no worries about entrusting Daniel with […]
Two very different plays by the same writer are on in London and in each of them the common view of Tennessee Williams as the quintessentially white American playwright is disassembled in dramatic and thought-provoking ways. Sean Sheehan Both “The Glass Menagerie” and “Orpheus descending” are about essentially […]
The recently concluded fourth season of the successful British series The Durrell put the Greek island in the spotlight once more, whose historic centre was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2007. Yanet Llanes Alemán The televised programme about the idyllic island life of writer and […]