Our latest and last issue as a PDF. This marks a new beginning for us, and marks the actual 2-month countdown for the opening of yam-mag.com. In this issue, McNeil from The Dark of the Matinee gives us a look at what was the Toronto Film Festival this year, and gives his thoughts on Let Me In, Black Swan, and Norwegian Wood.
Tagged: country: colombia
Selected by Peru to represent them at the upcoming Academy Awards, Undertow tells the story of Miguel, a fisherman in the small town of Cabo Blanco, where he is having a baby with his wife Mariela, but no one knows that Miguel is having an extramarital affair with Santiago.
We’ve got our very first exclusive! I got a chance to chat with Grammy/Golden Globe/Academy Award winner/nominee Diane Warren. We are also covering a bit on the Lima Film Festival, which just wrapped up their 14th edition. Plus reviews for some of the very best of the blockbuster season in America… and a surprise review for Aftershocks.
Crab Trap tells the story of Daniel and the relationship he has with La Barra, a little black community in Colombia’s Pacific coast. In it, he meets with Cerebro, the leader of the Afro-descendant natives who are having territorial issues with a white man called El Paisa, who wants to build a hotel on the beach.
The recent release of BoA’s English debut, and Utada Hikaru’s 3rd English release switched on my rant button, and prompted me to search for articles on why non-English artists must release music in the language, and oftentimes ditch their native tongue, to get into their market.