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Published on 17-11-2015

He named me Malala

There is a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or to stand up”. Malala made her choice just at the age of 15 when she was shot in the head by the Taliban regime whilst coming back home from school. This Pakistani teenager won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 and after her miraculous survival has devoted herself to fight for girl’s rights to education. Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim directed documentary He named me Malala to showcase her current life in Birmingham dominated by the close relationship with her father Zia, her inspiring speeches at United Nations while she is still a teenager and her current daily life.

Published on 21-02-2015

Chespitirito: how was his life?

The world was rocked by the death of one of the most famous comedians of the last century. It has been a year since the sad news of Roberto Gómez Bolaños (better known as Chespirito) death struck us and still it seems unbelievable. This multifaceted actor, scriptwriter, director, composer and producer has made us laugh for over 40 years and this, is hard to forget.

He was born on a 21st of February, 86 years ago in a middle-class family. His father was a painter and a cartoonist and his mother a bilingual secretary. He studied engineering but never worked as so and was a boxer before becoming a famous actor. Soon he became an acclaimed writer, which gave him the nickname of Chespirito or Little Shakespeare. El Chavo del Ocho, Chapulín Colorado and Chespirito were his most famous TV shows. He proved to be a pioneer of his time, as his shows where one of the first to be broadcasted internationally and are still running.

Frida Khalo

Published on 02-02-2015

Frida Khalo: I hope the end is joyful - and I hope never to return

The story of Frida Khalo is a story of strength and resilience. The most famous artist of Mexico had a life dominated by pain and suffering. But somehow, she never let pain dominate her and instead she confronted it bravely and expressed it in her paintings. She was a tough woman: smoked, drunk and cursed like men and turned herself into the main theme of her artworks, becoming an acclaimed self-portrait artist.