London Language Institute

Colombian Music dates in 2019

In 2019 Colombian music trends will see a rise in fusion groups that mix traditional music with electronic music such as Mitú, la Payara, and Ghetto Kumbé among others.
Medellin Hay Festival Laura Restrepo

One and the same: Author Laura Restrepo on the blurred lines...

Laura Restrepo in conversation with Juan Diego Mejía at Medellín's 2019 Hay Festival. Photo by Sophie Foggin. Laura...
STEM

MujerSTEM: Celebrating women in science

“The goal of #MujerSTEM is to raise awareness and recognise the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and math, and to engage in dialogue about solutions for confronting the challenges girls and women face in these fields,”

Betty La Fea is back in theatres!

Betty is back by popular demand. Having charmed millions in the 2017 theatrical production of the long-running telenovela Yo Soy Betty La Fea (aka Ugly Betty), Ana María Orozco takes the stage once again for a second season.
Global Game Jam

Colombia starting global videogame marathon

The Global Game Jam (GGJ), which runs from January 25 to January 27, is an annual game development event which has been going since 2008. This year marks Colombia’s tenth year as an official venue, and five locations throughout the country will be taking part.
Creed

Film review: Creed II

Pulling no punches. Photo: Courtesy of Warner Bros 4/5 stars It’s legacy vs legacy...

Opinion: What is ‘nea?’

What does it mean to be nea? Photo by Arjun Harindranath “¿Usted sí sabe qué es nea?” was...

Film review: Climax

French-Argentine director Gaspar Noé introduces us in Climax to members of a diverse dance troupé in a collage of interviews in which they share their fears, vices, loves and ambitions.

The secret to becoming the next YouTube sensation

According to Juan Diego Gómez who has almost a million followers on his YouTube channel, the most important thing is to give people something they can relate to.
Bogotá hiking

Bogotá hiking: Back to the hills?

Bogotá city authorities are considering an ambitious plan to re-open the old trails and rehabilitate less-used routes onto the mountain.