Cronografía | Link TV
Cronografía is a series of short animated films that shine a light on world history events through music.
Season 1 focuses on social, political, economic, and cultural movements around the world, including the Colombian peace process, the Zapatista Movement in Mexico, and the 1968 revolt in Paris.
The series is produced by our Colombia-based public media partner Canal Trece.
Between 1976 and 1983, Argentina experienced censorship, a conflict with Great Britain over possession of the Falkland Islands, and a serious situation that undermined the public’s spirit.
Between 1964 and 1985, Brazil lived under a military regime that controlled Brazilian daily life.
In January 1994, an insurgent group broke into the Chiapas province, demanding a series of changes in the living conditions of the people of Mexico.
The separatist Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s ended up dividing the former Yugoslav state.
Los Indignados, also known as the 15-M Movement or Take the Square, was a citizen movement with the intention of promoting a more participatory democracy in Spain.
A three-tiered story centered on a trio of French tourists — played by the same actress — visiting the same seaside resort.KCET Original
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On today's episode, millions of lives in the balance as Russia and China veto a U.N. resolution that would have extended cross border aid in Syria.KCET Original
Few modern cities evoke as much division as Tel Aviv, with its reputation as a laid-back party town in a hotbed of conflict and turmoil.KCET Original
“5 Broken Cameras” is a deeply personal, first-hand account of life and non-violent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements.