Author Archives: Eve Richer

Red Carpet Photos (and more) from Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival

Back from Philly! Ben, Erika, and I had a great time on our recent trip to the film festival. It was awesome to see our work on a big screen and we had fun meeting filmmakers and animators from across … Continue reading

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New Pueblo Episode Selected for Film Festival

Greetings Pueblo world! It’s been a long time since I last posted, but I have some exciting news: we have a new short film based on the Pueblo series and it will be premiering soon at the Philadelphia Film and … Continue reading

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Pueblo Joins the SFN Web Series Network

We are excited to announce that Pueblo is now a featured web series on the St. John-Fisher Entertainment Network, a site showcasing original web content. The press release is pasted below for more info. Romantic Comedy ‘Pueblo’ Joins Web Series … Continue reading

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How to Get a Walk-in Apostille for Spain Visa Documents

Okay, first of all, does anyone know how to pronounce the word Apostille? A site I found via Google breaks it down phonetically as a-poss-steal. That means I’ve probably been saying it incorrectly throughout years of applying for various visas… … Continue reading

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Audio Recorder and Other Gear Used for Pueblo

I recently published a post about the camera and lenses used to film Pueblo so today I follow up with an entry on the other stuff we had in our equipment bag. I’ve listed the items below in decreasing order … Continue reading

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Camera and Lenses Used for Pueblo the Series

Some people have been curious about the gear I used to make Pueblo, so I’m finally writing up a post about my trusty Canon T2i. I was lucky to get this camera as a birthday/Xmas gift, but it’s on the … Continue reading

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Quick Video Tour of a Spanish Olive Oil Factory

The olive oil industry is so integral to Jaén’s economy that we wanted to be sure Pueblo provides at least some insight into the role it plays in the lifestyle of La Puerta de Segura. Thanks to our friend Pedro, … Continue reading

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Why I Recommend Avoiding the Foreigner’s Office of Jaén

It is basically like this:

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Update Regarding 2nd Year NIE Renewal Process

This post is intended for current teaching assistants in Spain (auxiliares de conversación) who are planning to teach again for the 2011-12 school year. I cannot provide definitive information on the NIE renewal processs (I don’t think anybody can, because … Continue reading

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Celebrity Scoop is a Featured Trailer on Festival Homepage

Check it out, our Celebrity Scoop video is currently being featured on the homepage of the International Movie Trailer Festival. We also have an article featured on their blog which I pasted below: A Comedy Web Series Set in Small-town … Continue reading

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