CANADA

CANADA

Fundadores: Lope Serrano y Nicolás Méndez
Vía Canada

Website recomendado por Mariana Chávez Berrón, colaboradora de México para Replicación de Arttextum

CANADA es una productora que tiene sede en Barcelona España producen y publican vídeos, discos, libros y objetos físicos de toda índole. Es muy característica su dirección de arte y el link es su archivo de videos desde 2008.

CANADA trabaja Worldwide salvo en EEUU que está representado por The Directors Bureau y en Francia donde lo representa Iconoclast.

Imagen de portada: DEGREE – HELLO WORLD

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Mubi

Mubi

Autor: Mubi
Vía Mubi

Web link recomendado por María José Alós, colaboradora de México para Replicación de Arttextum

MUBI es una cineteca en línea que presenta películas de culto, clásicas, independientes y reconocidas internacionalmente. Disponible en más de 200 países alrededor del mundo y en múltiples dispositivos, una suscripción a MUBI es un pasaporte para el mundo del cine. Cada día nuestros expertos presentan una gran película y tienes un mes completo para verla. Eso significa 365 extraordinarios títulos por año, curados por MUBI.
MUBI es el punto de encuentro para todo lo relacionado con la cultura del cine. Entérate de qué habla nuestra apasionada comunidad internacional de cine-fanáticos, estudiantes, cineastas, festivaleros y más. Descubre películas nuevas, lleva un registro de lo que has visto y conoce a otros que aman el cine tanto como tú. ¿Necesitas una guía? Notebook, nuestra revista, ilumina el mundo del cine clásico y contemporáneo con las últimas noticias, entrevistas y críticas.

Imagen de portada: Lost in Translation, Mubi

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Award winning short film on How to be self sufficient

Author: Homesteading One Small Step towards freedom
Via YouTube | July 30, 2015

This family is an inspiration for people who would love to be a homesteader with limited resources!

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These Gorgeous Animated Shorts Celebrate 11 of Mexico’s Indigenous Languages

Author: Andrew S. Vargas
Via Remezcla | March, 2016

 

To residents of the Americas, Europe can seem like a tower of Babel with dozens upon dozens of languages crammed into a small geographical space and vying endlessly for dominance or survival. On this side of the world things are much simpler: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and a few Dutch speakers make communication generally much smoother across the continent, along with a few New World Patois thrown into the mix for good measure.

Como llegó el conejo a la luna / How did the rabbit get to the moon from Combo on Vimeo.

At least so the thinking goes. In reality, the American continent is a place of vast linguistic diversity, with more language families found solely in Mexico than in the entirety of the European continent. And with each language comes a particular vision of the world, an inimitable expressivity, a treasure trove of wisdom accrued over the centuries and codified in words and idioms.

Seri. El origen de la tierra from Combo on Vimeo.

Yet these languages struggle desperately for survival in the midst of a post-colonial landscape dominated by a small handful of European languages. Consciously or unconsciously, indigenous tongues are often viewed as backward and those who speak them stigmatized, relegated to the margins of official society for refusing to adapt to rules set by colonizers through violence and subjugation.

Ch’ol. El origen de la vida from Combo on Vimeo.

In Mexico, this problem is acutely felt. As one of the world’s most linguistically diverse nations, Mexico is also ground zero for language extinction as grandparents and great-grandparents leave us, and younger generations bow to the necessity of cultural assimilation. Yet despite their precarious status, Mexico currently encompasses 364 indigenous dialects, belonging to 68 distinct languages which branch off from 11 language families — a legacy of Mesoamerica’s pre-Columbian golden age as the center of indigenous civilization in North America.

Mayo. El origen del fuego from Combo on Vimeo.

And thankfully some people are working not only to preserve these languages for future generations, but to empower those who speak them right now. Sesenta y Ocho Voces, Sesenta y Ocho Corazones (also known as 68 voces), is a new initiative from Mexico’s government Fund for The Culture and Arts (FONCA) that seeks to elevate Mexico’s 68 indigenous languages by preserving their myths, legends, poems, and stories in the form of beautifully animated short films. Their goal is to foment pride amongst speakers of these languages, and respect among those who don’t, under premise that “nadie puede amar lo que no conoce” (no one can love what they don’t know.)

Muere mi Rostro / My face dies from Combo on Vimeo.

There are currently seven of these short animated films available, covering dialects of the Huasteco, Maya, Mixteco, Náhuatl, Totonaco, Yaqui and Zapoteco languages. Ranging from two to three minutes, each film employs a different designer to give powerful expression the wisdom contained in these indigenous languages. From reflections on life and death, to vividly recounted myths of the ancient times, these films give Mexico’s indigenous languages their due place amongst the great treasures of human civilization.

Check them all out on their Vimeo page!

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