History presenta en Semana Santa la nueva producción de Jorge Said “El Peregrino” – Temuco Televisión

El periodista y documentalista chileno Jorge Said viaja alrededor del mundo en busca de las peregrinaciones religiosas más grandes del planeta para explorar y descubrir los lugares más sagrados del mundo. En cada destino encuentra una cultura, y en cada creencia una historia.  En esta primera temporada de 20 episodios Said, ‘El Peregrino’, visita países … Read more

History Presenta En Semana Santa Su Nueva Producción Original “El Peregrino”

El periodista y documentalista chileno Jorge Said viaja alrededor del mundo en busca de las peregrinaciones religiosas más grandes del planeta para explorar y descubrir los lugares más sagrados del mundo. En cada destino encuentra una cultura, y en cada creencia una historia. En esta primera temporada de 10 episodios Said, ‘El Peregrino’, visita países … Read more

History estrena nueva temporada de “El Peregrino” con Jorge Said

En cada destino, “El Peregrino” encuentra una cultura por descubrir y en cada creencia una historia de cientos de años que sigue vigente en la actualidad. Foto: Cortesía Llega a las pantallas de History la nueva temporada de “El Peregrino” con Jorge Said, quien en 12 nuevos episodios explora diversas tradiciones religiosas que se realizan … Read more

URV researchers participate in a book on the history of hospitals in Barcelona

The project also addresses the understanding of hospitals from different areas of study such as the regiment of public service, ethics, medicine, non-medical care, spirituality or the groups served. This Wednesday the book was presented in Barcelona Barcelona Hospitalària. The city and its hospitals, XIV-XX centuries. This is a project devised by the Museum of … Read more

Theater in Guatemala: 7 plays that reflect on violence in the country’s history

It took 14 years for the members of the UNESCO International Theater Institute –entity founded in 1948– decided set a date on which performance art could be celebrated around the world. Thus, in 1962, various members of the entity met to establish the March 27 as World Theater Day: date on which, according to the … Read more

Interview with Muriel Parra, Chilean costume designer with a long history and part of “Sayen”

A few weeks ago we were invited to witness the press function of sayen, the first film in a Chilean trilogy produced by Fábula, by the Larraín brothers that can be seen on Prime Video. The story follows the first Mapuche action heroine, played by rallen montenegroin a story full of intrigue, action and other … Read more

From M3GAN to Chucky: the history of horror dolls in cinema

M3GAN is the most recent release in horror cinema. The sinister android is also the contemporary take on one of the genre’s favorite themes. Horror dolls, cursed, possessed or downright dangerous, have been some of the scariest cinematic stories. But, in particular, they carry great weight in the way seemingly naive objects are analyzed from … Read more

Avatar: All the elements that made James Cameron’s film into history

Avatar: The Water Way, the movie we’ve been waiting for thirteen years, is finally upon us: on December 14 it will be released worldwide. Years ago, still hot, a few hours after seeing Avatar, we all said it would change the history of cinema, and it really was. Avatar: The Way of Water, the film … Read more

Viviana Canosa attacked Alberto Fernández: “He is the worst president in history, he strives every day to be worse”

There is no doubt that in recent years one of the drivers who has given the most talk has been Viviana Canosa, either for his explosive reports or for his opinions regarding Argentine politics. His abrupt departure from A24 He also placed her at the center of the media debate and after several months managed … Read more