Spanish Film Directors. Jose del Rio. Bach in Madrid

Spanish film directors: Jose del Rio! Director Jose del Rio has just finished a fine documentary about the spiritual dialogue between Madrid people and the life and feelings of 600 musicians, who have being playing Johann Sebastian Bach sacred music during years in different old churches of the Spanish capital. Exquisite and different! Once again Jose del Rio rocks!

He told Yareah Magazine: ‘I want to make an epic documentary, a documentary which reflects Bach marvelous music, but also the feelings of the musicians and public, the daily problems of a project so difficult, and the happiness of a well-done work.’

Read the complete article and see the teaser here: http://yareah.com/1819-madrid-events-documentary-bach-in-madrid-by-jose-del-rio/

Jose del Rio is a Spanish filmmaker, born in Madrid in 1970. His works include: Un. Una, 2003 (He. She), Te y Café, 2005 (Tea and coffee), Jauja, 2007, Escultura de Cartón, 2010 (Cardboard Sculpture) and Bach in Madrid.

Film director Jose del Rio

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America: past, present, and future by Hal O’Leary

Read this deep article about US by Hal O’Leary, awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from West Liberty University.

ImagePortrait of America (As it should be.) by Hal O’Leary

From Norman Rockwell’s paintings of The Four Freedoms, this Freedom of Speech depicts the very essence of America as it should be democratically understood. It is we the people questioning authority. We seem to have forgotten that in a democracy, freedom of speech is not only a right, but an obligation. A picture is indeed worth a thousand words.

Keep reading: http://yareah.com/portrait-of-america-0563/

Short stories by Bobby Fox in Yareah magazine

Bobby Fox

Bobby Fox

Recently the author Bobby Fox has published some short stories in Yareah. Fantastic! I have enjoyed them.

Love & Vodka (Ukrainian trip) http://yareah.com/?p=1277

Tree Hugger 1 (boy bulling) http://yareah.com/?p=1184

Tree Hugger 2 (the revenge) http://yareah.com/?p=1217

Rene Magritte had reason

Rene Magritte

Rene Magritte

I have always loved Magritte, all of my life. When I was a chil, I thought he was funny, with those strange composition. Now, I have started to understand his deep meanings.

Read my article in yareah http://yareah.com/?p=1309

About Stephenie Meyer

Twilight cover

Followed by New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn, Twilight is the first novel of this famous series.

Full of romanticism and vampirism, adventures and generous feelings, it is not a surprise its big success among teenager and young people since its publishing in 2005.

Complete review: http://yareah.com/?p=408

Murillo and Mark Twain’s children

by Murillo

by Murillo

Always helpless, always asking for our protection, books and paintings are full of boys. I once read that Lady Di’s success was in her photos, impossible to take a bad photo of her because her helpless image aroused in the spectator the need to be her friend. The same happens with children main characters, when the book ends we continue having the need to be at their side.

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, a Baroque Spanish painter, knew it. He worked for the Church and nobles but, in spite of it, whenever he could he transformed Virgins, Madeleines and Saints into girls and boys, preferably poor children… still more helpless.

Read complete article: http://yareah.com/?p=370

Yareah magazine issue 19 ‘Seven to Seven’

Yareah magazine issue 19