Festival 2020


  • ¿Qué les pasó a las abejas? (What Happened to the Bees?): A powerful example of the different socio-environmental conflicts taking place in indigenous Mexican territories that has been featured in festivals across Mexico, the United States and the Netherlands. (Online) 


  • 68 Voices, 68 Hearts (68 voces, 68 corazones): A series of animated short films that retell indigenous stories narrated in their native tongues. Created by Gabriela Badillo, fostering pride in the indigenous communities that make up Mexico’s cultural richness. (Online) 
  • A Celebration of Indigenous Poets: In partnership with the Harbourfront Centre, Museo Universitario del Chopo, and New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Celebrate Mexico Now is proud to present a conversation with indigenous poets Irma Pineda, Celerina Sánchez, Enriqueta Lunez and Mikeas Sánchez. (Online) 


  • Racism – Continuing the conversation: The dialogue will be led by The New York Times journalist Eduardo Porter, author and racism researcher Federico Navarrete, and filmmaker and Convoy Network radio show host Tatiana García, moderated by: Nallely Tello. (Online) 


  • Coro Acardenchado in Concert: Coro Acardenchado was born in 2016 as an homage to the cardenche song, a traditional a capella chant from Northern Mexico usually sung by three voices. For their Celebrate Mexico Now debut, Coro Acardenchado presented a multimedia landscape that will take us on a journey from an urban and industrial context all the way to the stillness of natural spaces. Filmed in Mexico City at Seminario 12. (Online)