The Expat Show is a really interesting radio program for anyone interested in alternative ways of living. The host, Tai Aquirre, called David and me for an interview and tomorrow it can be heard at: http://www.theexpatshow.com/thisweek.asp?id=76
It includes information about San Miguel de Allende, my film, and general ideas/feelings about living in a foreign country.
It was just brought to my attention that there are 32 comments on the Lost and Found in Mexico blog and I didn’t even know it! I’m not technologically gifted. In fact, I’m pretty “ungifted”. I apologize for not having responded and I fully intend to get on the stick here.
I am blown away by the responses. Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their reactions to my film.
NEWS: Lost and Found in Mexico was just accepted into its first European film festival. The Globians Film Festival is in Potsdam, Germany. Potsdam is right outside of Berlin and is a university and cultural town. In fact it’s said that, ” as Berkeley is to San Francisco, Potsdam is to Berlin.”
The Globians Film Festival focuses on “world and culture” topics. I feel incredibly honored and delighted! Furthermore, this provides a wonderful excuse for traveling to Berlin, a place I’ve never been.
I’ll be back–sooner than later this time!