Muchos Méxicos: Crossroads of the Americas Muchos Méxicos explores Mexico’s rich history as a site of human innovation, creativity and cultural diversity. A Song for Cesar is honored to have been chosen as part of the Muchos Méxicos exhibit at Harvard University’s Peabody Museum. Muchos Méxicos explores the rich history of the Mexican people and…
KPIX 5 News: Documentary Tells Story of Performers Who Supported Cesar Chavez The power of music and how it helped inspire social change for California farm workers is the focus of a new documentary from musician turned filmmaker Abel Sanchez called “A Song for Cesar.” Len Ramirez reports. (3-17-22) ★ Originally broadcasted on CBS NEWS…
Introduction to the Song for Cesar Film Documentary At the Mill Valley Film Festival by Davíd Carrasco Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America Divinity School and Department of Anthropology Director, Moses Mesoamerican Archive Harvard University Cambridge, MA
MVFF44 – Song for Cesar – Official Trailer US 2021, 85 min Directors Andres Alegria, Abel Sanchez Building on the legacy of late civil-rights activist and labor leader Cesar Chavez, and the pride inspired by the Chicano Movement of the 1960s, this documentary showcases the music of that era—a powerful soundtrack for farmworkers who until…
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Song for Cesar • Abel Sanchez • Jorge Santana • Live in Phoenix
Part 2: ‘Song for Cesar’ Documentary on Comunidad Del Valle Musician Abel Sanchez discusses his new Cesar Chavez documentary with producer Andres Alegría and writer Guy Johnson.
[Part 1] How it all started featuring Guy Johnson (Maya Angelou’s Son) Musician Abel Sanchez discusses his new documentary with producer Andres Alegría and writer Guy Johnson.
THE JOURNEY Outakes and an inside look into the making of the “Song for Cesar” documentary film project. “Song for Cesar, the Movement and the Music” is a documentary in the making, built around the music, musicians, artists, and other important supporters who were instrumental in assisting Cesar Chavez and the UFW grow this movement.