The Stories Of Rudolfo Anaya
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Welcome to ¡COLORES! From Curandera To Chupacabra: The Stories Of Rudolfo Anaya. A free screening Hosted by NMPBS and Embudo Valley Library.
Sarah DiLeo - Bless Me, Ultima (2013) - HD Interview
Sarah DiLeo - Bless Me, Ultima (2013) - HD Interview A drama set in New Mexico during WWII, centered on the relationship between a young man and an elderly medicine woman who helps him contend with the battle between good and evil that rages in his village. Tags: Christy Walton,Luke Ganalon,Mark Johnson,Miriam Colon,Rudolfo Anaya,Sarah DiLeo,Bless Me Ultima,Bless Me,Carl Franklin, Rudolfo Anaya,Carl Franklin,Luke Ganalon, Miriam Colon, Benito Martinez,Official Clip,Scene,First Look,Featurette,Interview,Hd,Music Video,Soundtrack,Love,Kiss,Review,Outtakes,Blooper Talk,Behind the Scenes,Download,DVD,Video Set,Part 1,Sneak Peak,yt:quality=high,HD Interview
BLESS ME, ULTIMA (In theatres Sept 21) Trailer
- Finally - I wish Mom were here to watch it with me :'( UPDATE: I've just been told the Film Adaptation of "Bless Me, Ultima" will will open in limited national release in February 2013!!! I'm so excited I cried! Locations and dates are listed at: www.facebook.com/#!/BlessMeUltimaMovie www.BlessMeUltima.com
COLORES | From Curandera To Chupacabra: The Stories Of Rudolfo Anaya | New Mexico PBS
www.newmexicopbs.org - Myth-maker, magician, grandfather and guru of Chicano literature author Rudolfo Anaya is best known for introducing readers to the unique landscapes and characters of New Mexico, reawakening traditions and defying stereo-types of the Mexican American experience. He published his first novel in 1972 a coming of age story set in rural New Mexico about a boy cast into a spiritual world of contradictions and guided by a traditional healer or curandera named Ultima. The book Bless Me Ultima put New Mexico on the literary map and gave birth to Anayas prolific writing career, which has included a steady and diverse flow of novels, short stories, mysteries, plays, epic poems, and childrens books. His work has earned him national honors, such as the1970 Premio Quinto Sol Literary Award and the 2003 Presidential Medal of Arts. Yet his affinity for la raza - the people - and la tierra - the land - have earned him an honorary place in the humble hearts of New Mexicans. For more New Mexico PBS content visit www.newmexicopbs.org
45 Minutes minutes
- Laurel Wyckoff
Education and Outreach Manager NMPBS
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