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07.05.2013
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Las Pastorelas. A Centuries Old Christmas Tradition

AUTHOR | ANGELICA GALICIA

In Mexico, Christmas is the best season of the year. With the fiesta-loving, lively nature that sets us apart, we Mexicans have styled this religious celebration very much in our own fashion. So much so that perhaps no where else in the world do so many traditions exist to celebrate it, from asking for room at the inn, to remembering the road Mary and Joseph took to Bethlehem, to piñatas, those big star-shaped clay and cardboard figures that are smashed with…

10.03.2013
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Robert Beltran. Passionately, Piazzolla!

Из журнала Tucson Lifestyle, выпуск февраль 2013

Время - это танго! Роберт Белтран представляет жизнь аргентинского композитора Астора Пьяццоллы в постановке по пьесе Гарри Кларка, которая объединяет живую музыку и танцы в исполнении труппы балета Тусона.

"Эта пьеса не только своего рода биографический очерк, но и исследование творчества композитора" - объясняет Белтран.

 
 
06.01.2013
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Robert Beltran. The Big Knife

Интервью с Робертом Белтраном (фрагмент)

20 декабря 2003 в интернет-трансляция Шоу Ларуша состоялась беседа с актером и режиссером Робертом Белтраном после его постановки пьесы Клиффорда Одетса «Большой нож» 1948 года.

Диалог вел Харли Шлангер. Эфир этого интервью транслировался 9 января 2004 года.

 

05.01.2013
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Photo: Star Trek: Voyager

STARTREK.COM | 21.07.2012

Robert Beltran tells it like it is; always has, still does and always will, even if, on occasion doing so has landed him in hot water or made him seem unappreciative. Fans of Star Trek: Voyager know of what we speak. Beltran spent seven seasons portraying Chakotay on the series, but the character never quite gelled and its potential went only partially unrealized. Beltran very publicly aired his complaints and, at times, fans and industry observers thought he just might get himself booted from the show. Beltran – and Chakotay – stuck around, however, until the very end, right down the out-of-nowhere relationship between Chakotay and Seven of Nine. StarTrek.com recently caught up with Beltran for a typically honest and informative interview in which he discussed what went right and wrong with Chakotay and chatted about current events, which include new fatherhood, upcoming film and stage opportunities, and an appearance at Creation Entertainment’s Official Star Trek Convention next month in Las Vegas.

25.12.2012
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Poster: Eating Raoul

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 25.09.1982 | VINCENT CANBY

If you could press them for an answer, Paul and Mary Bland would probably acknowledge that they are members of the Silent Majority, but they are the kind of preposterously self-deluding people who are convinced that they are not only different from - but superior to - everybody else.

Paul and Mary are not exactly young, but they don't look especially old. They like nice things and agree that sex is ''dirty.'' Life isn't easy for the Blands, living as they do...

 
25.12.2012
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Poster: Gaby - A True Story

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 30.10.1987 | JANETt MASLIN

THE heroine of ''Gaby - A True Story'' has cerebral palsy, and she communicates by moving her big toe along an alphabet board, spelling out words that way. So in one scene, in which Gaby (Rachel Levin) looks upset, her devoted father (Robert Loggia) pulls up a chair, rolls off Gaby's sock and says, ''So tell me -what's going on?''

Fortunately, Luis Mandoki's film is a lot less awkward than this, and a lot less deadpan, too. In its own way, it has energy and strength, once it gets past the clumsy business of establishing Gaby's situation, introducing her family members, and allowing the father to make a little speech about greatness triumphing over infirmity, with Beethoven as the case in point. Gaby doesn't need this kind of pep talk. She's a hopeful, humorous figure and also a bold one, never afraid to spell out cheeky replies to her teachers' questions and not beyond placing her one working foot in the right fellow's lap.

25.12.2012
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Screencap: The Mystic Warrior

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 17.05.1984 | STEPHEN FARBER

LOS ANGELES, May 16— When the producer Stan Margulies traveled to Rapid City, S.D., recently for a public screening of his new ABC-TV miniseries, ''The Mystic Warrior,'' he was apprehensive. The screening was for members of the Oglala Lakota Sioux, the tribe depicted in this five-hour saga about the life of the Plains Indians during the early 19th century. Recalling all the protests that had erupted while he and his partner...

 
25.12.2012
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Poster: Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 09.07.1989 | VINCENT CANBY

It all depends on whether you want a film that is great and awesome or one that is small and irresistible. If ''Potemkin'' is what you're after, you may want to pass up Paul Bartel's ''Scenes From the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills,'' which is somewhat less rousing but a lot more cheerful. It opens today at the 68th Street Playhouse and other theaters.

''Scenes From the Class Struggle'' is about the awful things that go on in the mansions and shanties that in one of Southern California's most affluent communities are as indistinguishable from one another as are the people who inhabit them. The possible exception is Rosa (Edith Diaz), a Mexican cook who is the film's wonderfully incoherent conscience.

25.12.2012
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Poster: Night Of Comet

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 16.11.1984 | VINCENT CANBY

"Night of the Comet" is a good-natured, end-of- the-world B-movie, written and directed by Thom Eberhardt, a new film maker whose sense of humor augments rather than upstages the mechanics of the melodrama.

The film's premise: All of the world's scientists have mysteriously died 12 months before the movie begins. At least that's the only way to explain why no one has predicted that the comet, hurtling toward earth during a jolly Christmas season, is going to come a lot closer than all of the comet-party revelers around the country suspect.

 
25.12.2012
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Poster: El Diablo

THE NEW YORK TIMES | 20.07.1990 | JOHN J. O'CONNOR

Despite a violence quotient that might make ''Die Hard 2'' blanch, ''El Diablo'' is a splendid hoot of a western, a kind of tall tale told with a sly wink. Directed by Peter Markle (''Youngblood''), the Wizan/Black Films production is having its premiere on Home Box Office at 8 on Sunday evening.

Anthony Edwards (''Top Gun'') plays Billy Ray Smith, a schoolteacher in a small Texas town. Billy is a wimp from Boston whose favorite books are a pulp series about a courageous gunman named Kid Durango. While reading one of the tales to his enthralled class, Billy Ray is stunned to find a gang of real thugs riding into town. Their leader is the vicious El Diablo (Robert Beltran), who rides off with one of Billy Ray's students, the winsome Nettie (Sarah Trigger). When a town posse is slaughtered by El Diablo, Billy Ray decides to go after the mean hombre himself.

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