Mexican American Studies: Documentaries
The Ragged Revolution: The Romance and the Reality of the Mexican Revolution, 1910 to 1920
New York: Cinema Guild [distributor], 1987?
Discusses the history of Mexico between 1910 to 1920 during the revolution. (37 min.) Media F1234 .R153 1987
Reed, Mexico Insurgenté
Los Angeles: Meridian Video: Connoisseur Video Collection: Mirada, 1995, ©1973.
A dramatization of John Reed's accounts of the Mexican Revolution; the young journalist's adventures with Pancho Villa's army in 1913-1914 are depicted. Spanish dialogue, English subtitles. (104 min.) Media PN1997 .R436 1995
The River in the Desert
Brookline, MA: Umbrella Films, ©1990.
The story of the harnessing of the Colorado River to provide water for the desert areas of the Southwest. (29 min) Media F788 .R58 1990
A Rising Voice
Salt Lake City: KUED Home Video, ©1991.
Explores the culture and legacy of Hispanics living in Utah. Also discusses how they are succeeding in a state where the majority does not share their religion, culture, or language. Examines, finally, the history of hispanic immigration, the rich diversity of culture and its contributions, as well as the challenges facing Hispanic Utahns today. (58 min.) Media F835.S75 R58 1991.
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