In 2012, the brilliant Natasha Ali wanted to make a video of Pechito, a friendly man who lived on the corner near her home in Buenos Aires.
A post about the panel discussion, “Politics and Art: The Role of the Arts in Promoting Human Rights and Exposing Injustices.”
I finally got a new camera. A Nikon D5200, and for the first time, my SLR takes video, too. Here’s the first video I’ve filmed and edited with it.
Hello, limited followers. It has been a long break, but after suggestions from friends I’ve decided to bring my rusty fingers back to the blog.
On Monday – three days after the Paraguay president, Fernando Lugo, was impeached – my partner, another family member and I took a tour of the ABC Color office with journalist Pedro Gómez Silgueira.
As the continent comes to terms with Lugo’s removal, I analyse the war of words being fought in Paraguay for the Argentina Independent.