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Flamenco, Flamenco

An evolutionary musical odyssey through a dynamic art form, crafted by Oscar-winning filmmakers, FLAMENCO, FLAMENCO reaches beyond the borders of Spanish culture toward universal artistic expression.
Online
2018; 2010
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Destinos: 3 el Comienzo (the Beginning) [electronic resource]

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El Comienzo introduces some more characters in addition to the members of the Castillo family. The scene shifts to Seville, Spain as Racquel searches for news of Rosario. The episode provides a lesson on how to express the Spanish numbers 0 to 21, what to say when you meet someone for the first time, and how to talk about what other people are doing. It also is a lesson about the country of Spain and about Hispanic last names.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 4 Perdido (Lost) [electronic resource]

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In "Perdido", several new member of the Ruiz family are introduced, and the viewer learns more about the others. The episode provides a lesson about Spanish names of courses in school, names for common household pets, introductions of one person to another, and ways to describe Spanish. It also is a lesson about Sevilla and the educational system in Hispanic countries.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 7 la Cartera (the Wallet) [electronic resource]

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La Cartera is a lesson about Spanish numbers from 21 to 99, names for many articles of clothing, ways to talk about who and what you know, and ways to make requests politely in Spanish. It also is a lesson about the transition from dictatorship to democracy in Spain.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 8 el Encuento (the Encounter) [electronic resource]

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El Encuento is a lesson about asking questions in Spanish, the system of Spanish verbs, and expressions of gratitude in Spanish. It also is a lesson about the differences between the various areas in Spain.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 15 Culpable (Guilty) [electronic resource]

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In "Culpable," Raquel and Arturo visit a number of well-known places in Buenos Aires. Program 15 is a lesson about how to express the names of many kinds of fruit in Spanish, how to convince someone to do something wrong, and how to use additional preterite-tense verb forms. It also is a lesson about Buenos Aires and one of Argentina's most important industries.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 5 la Despedida? (The Farewell) [electronic resource]

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La Despedida involves the events of the morning in Sevilla with Raquel, Jaime, and a new character, el ciego. The lesson focuses on how to express the days of the week in Spanish, how to tell time, how to say goodbye to someone, and how to talk about your activities with others. It also is about the Arabic influence in southern Spain.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 6 Maestra? (Teacher?) [electronic resource]

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Raquel interracts with a reporter. Episode also provides a review of content from Lessons 1-5.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 9 Estaciones (Seasons) [electronic resource]

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In Estaciones, Raquel learns more about the case she is investigating.
Online
1992
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Destinos: 10 Cuadros (Paintings) [electronic resource]

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Cuadros shows Raquel's last night and day in Madrid. It provides a lesson on ways to describe physical characteristics in Spanish, more ways to talk about what you are going to do with others, and one way to wish someone well. It also is a lesson about a number of well-known Spanish artists.
Online
1992
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Escaping Franco [electronic resource]: From Danger Into Danger

This program documents the Spanish Civil War from the point of view of the Spaniards who went into exile as a result of it. Firsthand accounts of that brutal conflict and the cruel realities of life as a refugee are movingly described by a broad cross-section of survivors. Graphic newsreel footage accompanies their stories of destruction at home and escape to other countries: tales of separation, imprisonment, forced labor, and frontline action at the start of World War II, as well as-for some, at least-testimonials to the kindness of strangers.
Online
2005; 2002
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Holding on, Fighting Back [electronic resource]: Long Road Home to Spain

After the fall of France in World War II, the hardships of the Spanish Civil War refugees grew worse. In this program, survivors from those desperate days openly talk of their ordeals and victories: repression and reprisals in Franco's Spain; suffering in French internment camps; deportation to Nazi concentration camps; meritorious service with the French Resistance and Allied forces; and, after the war, their lives in exile until, after Franco's death, they could finally go home. Graphic newsreel footage places each story in context.
Online
2005; 2002
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Jose Ortega y Gasset [electronic resource]

This program presents the biography of Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset. A wealth of photos and archival footage help illustrate the extraordinary times in which Ortega lived, while Professor Jose Luis Molinuevo, director of the Centro de Estudios Orteguianos, discusses his important contributions to the realms of social and political philosophy. Particular attention is given to Ortega's Espana Invertebrada and La Rebelion de las Masas.
Online
2005; 2004
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Jose Ortega y Gasset [electronic resource]

This program presents the biography of Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset. A wealth of photos and archival footage help illustrate the extraordinary times in which Ortega lived, while Professor Jose Luis Molinuevo, director of the Centro de Estudios Orteguianos, discusses his important contributions to the realms of social and political philosophy. Particular attention is given to Ortega's Espana Invertebrada and La Rebelion de las Masas.
Online
2006; 2004
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Antonio Munoz Molina [electronic resource]

An award-winning novelist and regular contributor to the newspaper El Pais, Antonio Munoz Molina is also the youngest member of the Spanish Royal Academy. This program presents an in-depth interview with Molina. The writer discusses a number of works from across his career, including Der Putsch, Der Nie Stattfand; Beltenebros; Los Misterios de Madrid; and Ardor Guerrero.
Online
2005; 2004
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Ariel Dorfman [electronic resource]

Forced to flee Chile after the military coup in 1973, Ariel Dorfman has focused his writing on the trials of tyranny and exile. This program looks at how he has fought for human rights as a novelist, playwright, essayist, journalist, and professor of literature and Latin American studies. Many of the works of this multi-genre author are examined, including Death and the Maiden, his successful play which was turned into an international film by Academy Award-winning director Roman Polanski.
Online
2005; 2004
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Joaquin Rodrigo's Century [electronic resource]

Refined, luminous, and fundamentally optimistic, the music of Joaquin Rodrigo is a tribute to the rich and varied cultures of Spain. Filmed on location throughout Europe, this captivating program profiles the influential Spanish composer whose life spanned the 20th century and whose works set the standard for guitar technique in modern Spanish music. Performance clips from his Concierto de Aranjuez, Fantasia para un Gentilhombre, Concierto Andaluz, and other compositions let the music speak, while interviews with many who knew him-family members, fellow composers, musicians, biographers-provide a verbal counterpoint.
Online
2006; 2000
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En el Inicio de los Tiempos [electronic resource]

Starting with the birth of the universe, this program brings to light the geologic formation of the Iberian Peninsula, the flourishing of the dinosaurs, and the rise of humankind. Using extensive dramatization, En El Inicio de los Tiempos traces the advances of the earliest humans, rendering a detailed and highly plausible scenario of existence during the unrecorded chapters of human history. Maps and photos of archaeological artifacts provide additional insights into life during prehistoric times.
Online
2006; 2004
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De Altamira Al Til de Metal [electronic resource]

The discovery of the Altamira caves in the 19th century radically altered the popular perception of early human life on the planet. This program explores the world of the Paleolithic and Mesolithic peoples who called the Iberian Peninsula home. Images of artifacts, paintings, and archaeological sites reveal how the ancients of unrecorded history progressed from Stone Age to Bronze Age and from hunting/gathering to agriculture. In addition, re-creations of life in prehistoric times show how modern humans' ancestors worked-and expressed their artistic natures.
Online
2006; 2004
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Tarteso, el Reino Legendario de Argantonio [electronic resource]

The history of Tartessos, the first great mining economy of Iberia, is also a story of prosperity-and ruin. This program makes extensive use of dramatizations, images of artifacts, footage of ruins, maps, and 3-D re-creations of ships and buildings to illustrate the skilled craft of metalwork, science of navigation, spread of overseas trade, intersection of cultures, development of written language, and use of currency as history unfolded during that remarkable epoch.
Online
2006; 2004