An episodic web series chronicling the adventures of an English teacher in small-town Spain.
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- Hooray! Our new Barcelona Pueblo episode will be playing at a film festival in Philly! Info and photos here: http://t.co/Fua2uiYO 2012-09-12
- A 6 min tongue in cheek animation explaining Spain's financial crisis. Españistán by @AleixSalo http://t.co/xdV8kpLm 2012-04-30
- Mañana van a enseñar Pueblo ep 1 en un ciclo de cortos en Bcn. Estáis invitados! Bar Los Alamos, 25/Apr, 21:30 http://t.co/Yr1b3BL7 2012-04-24
- Pueblo ep 1 is playing tomorrow at free short film screening in Bcn. Everyone's welcome! Bar Los Alamos, Apr 25, 21:30 http://t.co/Yr1b3BL7 2012-04-24
- I just liked "Casteller" on Vimeo: http://t.co/iLpWBYQ0 2012-03-04
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Author Archives: Ben Raznick
It was an amazing experience to watch Pueblo Barcelona screen in my hometown with an audience of 250 people! The reactions were great with lots of laughs! Take a look at some pics from the MmmmmBoulder event below.
If you are applying for a Visa, either to Spain or another country, you may need to provide a Spanish Criminal Record Certificate if have you lived in Spain for longer than 6 months during the past 5 years. Due … Continue reading
The entire process of finding and deciding which music to use in Pueblo was one of my favorite parts of the project. We were lucky enough to get permission to use original compositions from many incredible musicians. Below is information … Continue reading
UPDATE, May 24, 2011: Please take the following information with a grain of salt. It seems like Jaén is not accepting renewal applications anymore so it’s very possible that my request will be denied later this summer. Eve posted more … Continue reading
This is a follow-up to Eve’s FAQs about teaching English in Spain in order to answer some questions about the FBI Background Check. Applying for this document can be confusing, so this should clarify things a bit. Disclaimer: Last year … Continue reading
It was a sunny and gorgeous day when we first explored the city of San Sebastián. As we walked down the main strip, a camera crew was preparing for some sort of interview. I took the plunge and went up … Continue reading