Posts Tagged 'Ecuador'

Things to see & do in São Paulo – December/January

Normally, life in São Paulo – just like in many other huge cities – is one hell of a rat race. The traffic jams, the heat, the rain, the overcrowding. Add to that the present festive season mayhem. You want

DEC
3

Latin America 2011 Conference

The Latin America 2011 Conference is the perfect opportunity to find out the latest developments in Latin America with speakers from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina and across the continent.

NOV
29

Cocaine Unwrapped

Screening of Cocaine Unwrapped, a new documentary about cocaine. The film follows the trail of the drug through the coca farmers in Bolivia and Colombia, the drugs mules in Ecuadorian prisons, and the street dealers in Mexico, to the consumers

NOV
23

London Latin American Film Festival

Films from all over Latin America feature in this year’s edition of the London Latin American Film Fesival

soUndameriKa Live Presents Cartagena de Indias 200 Years Independence

soUndameriKa is a new event supporting local bands and artists promoting Latin American music and culture. This particular event celebrates the bicentennial of Cartagena de Indias in Colombia and Ecuador’s Fiesta of Mama Negra, and features live music from Cumbe,

OCT
12

Native Spirit Festival 2011

The Native Spirit Festival returns for a fifth year. Quite rightly calling itself the “Film Festival for Indigenous Peoples” the festival will be taking place from the 12th to 21st of October.

JUL
13

Where to Watch: Copa America

Copa America 2011 has started and, already, it’s not looking great for the hosts Argentina. After drawing their first two games their tournament is in the balance! And Brazil aren’t faring much better! Thankfully, to watch all the games this summer you can head down to Guanabara or Bar Kick.

Putting charity on the CMAP

Art created by street children from Ecuador and Mexico goes on show to mark the launch of a new International Children’s art charity programme.

South American cinema showcase

It’s pretty well known that the Academy Awards and other prestigious ceremonies don’t always reflect the best we have in world cinema, thought of course appearing in the Oscars means good business.

Ross Kemp’s Amazon Battle

The actor and journalist’s two-part documentary about the Amazon forest screens on Sky. Best known for his part in the soap East Enders, Kemp claims he’s no environmentalist, but he sure could be a good one. The actor/journalist presents this Tuesday and