Arts & Culture
Set in Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón's Roma raises important questions about class, race and the aspirations of a developing nation. Discover a catalogue of other films that have showcased life in the capital.
The Mexican film industry is flourishing, but most of the world is missing it. Here’s a look at the leading directors, actors and screenwriters who are behind the country's cinema rebirth.
Gaining knowledge of the world and embracing cultural diversity has become a necessity, not a luxury. Is a globalized reading list—part of the Worlds of Words program—the key to building cultural bridges?
We sat down with photographer and research associate in the Southwest Center, David Burckhalter to discuss his long-range documentary study of Seri Indians.
In an effort to promote economic development through education, UArizona scholars are making literacy more accessible binationally.
Near the western border of the ancient location of the Maya Lowlands and in the modern-day Usumacinta region of Tabasco, Mexico, there is an architectural wonder: a human-made plateau that is 4,600 feet long.