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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Tag Archives: la puerta de segura
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
The Oscars arrive to La Puerta de Segura! This Thursday, May 26, at 10 pm we premiere all eight episodes of Pueblo in our favorite local pub, the Trujal. The first episode will debut online the same day, followed by … Continue reading
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
Well we worked till the 11th hour getting ready for our Pueblo premiere party, but I am happy to report that our sneak preview screening on Friday was a huge success. A big thank you to everyone who came and … Continue reading
Olive season’s come and gone, the days are getting longer, and our apartment no longer feels like the Arctic tundra. What does this mean? It is finally spring. Adiós Seasonal Affective Disorder, viva la primavera! We’re still plugging away on … Continue reading
There’ve been a lot of events lately with Erika’s birthday, Andalucía Day, Teacher Day, and most recently, Carnival. I spent last year’s Carnival in New Orleans and the one before that in Rio de Janeiro, so it was interesting to … Continue reading