Posts Tagged ‘mexico’

  • Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    by Robert Gannon · Jun 6, 2013 at 16:28 CEST · Chops and Scores, Featured, Foreign Chops · 4 Comments
    Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    Robert from Sketchy Details back again with another Foreign Chops round-up post. The most popular film for Foreign Chops: Mexico was Cronos, but only because it was the only film with more than one write-up. There’s a great range of titles and directors to read about this month. Thanks to everyone who participated. We’ll be announcing the next Foreign Chops subject soon.

    Amores...

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  • Reminder: Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    by Robert Gannon · Jun 4, 2013 at 14:41 CEST · Chops and Scores, Foreign Chops · No Comments
    Reminder: Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    Robert from Sketchy Details with a friendly reminder about Foreign Chops #12: Mexico. You have until Wednesday, 5 June at midnight EST to send in your links about Mexican films. That’s tomorrow night. Send your links to at robertjgannon@gmail.com. You can submit up to five posts, articles, reviews, etc. per site.

    There’s still time to watch and write something new before the deadline. Here’s a list of all the...

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  • Announcing Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    by Robert Gannon · May 9, 2013 at 17:04 CEST · Chops and Scores, Featured, Foreign Chops · 1 Comment
    Announcing Foreign Chops #12: Mexico

    Robert from Sketchy Details here with the announcement of the next Foreign Chops subject. We’ll be exploring the cinematic output of Mexico. The Mexican film industry has been around as long as the American film industry, dating all the way back to silent films capturing major historical events like the Mexican Revolution. The Hollywood studios even collaborated with Mexican studios in the black and white era, resulting in shared sets...

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