What global success of Mexican filmmakers means for the next generation at home

Mexico has a rich history of cinema. But in recent years, a number of Mexican filmmakers have found remarkable success on the international stage. For Canvas, our ongoing arts and culture series, Jeffrey Brown shares a story produced before the widespread international response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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