Tag Archives: Argentina

¡Ponchos!

Thanks to Vicky Cooke for sharing this lovely image this morning and the luxury of a train journey to London and back on which it write this post! Whilst Intercultural Understanding (ICU) is no longer an explicit section of the Languages Programme of Study, it opens with the following words: Learning a foreign language is a […]

Plumíferos (pt2)

According to wikipedia, Plumíferos “is a 2010 Argentine computer-animated film made by Manos Digitales Animation Studio using Open Source software for all 3D models, animation, lighting and render process, under Linux operating system.” It’s taken years to get to the screens with parts shown as early as 2005. Some further bits to share- great song! And very […]

Plumíferos

Thanks to @stevebunce for his Tweet that alerted me to this. Looks a great film. My boys are definitely interested. I like this version of the trailer as it has the Spanish sound but also English subtitles. But it also exists without the subtitles. And I quite like the English version which is completely different. […]