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Dan Albert’s Paella

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Dan Albert’s Paella

A docu film by James D. Fernández & Luis Argeo.

Year: 2012. A young Spanish journalist travels to Monterey (California) in search of a story about the Spanish immigrants who settled in the region almost a century before. There she meets Dan Albert, successful son of immigrants, who treats her to a paella that has been simmering for over one hundred years.

2013 / 35 min / Color / 16:9 / NTSC / All Region.

Language: English and Spanish.

Subtitles:English and Spanish.

Extras.

$23.00

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$150.00

Shipping included only to the U.S.

We screened Dan Albert’s Paella as part of Hispanic Heritage Week at SHSU, and it led to a rich discussion about immigration, assimilation, and the diversity of Spanish-speaking peoples in the United States.

Montse Feu, Asst. Professor, Sam Houston State
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