The Imagen Awards celebrate the best of Latino contributions to television and film. Congratulations to Pati Jinich and her team at Pati's Mexican Table for their "Best National Informational Program" nomination. Click here to learn more.
With three nominations this year, Joseph took home a statue for his work as a host in the lifestyle/travel genre. Read More»
The tragic sinking of the supposedly "unsinkable" luxury cruise ship Titanic on April 15, 1912, is an event that has continued to live on in the public consciousness. The discovery of the wreck on the ocean floor in 1985 as well as James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster film have reignited public interest and fascination with the landmark disaster in recent times. The upcoming centennial of the disaster is understandably an anniversary that is of keen significance. WORDS OF THE TITANIC documents the fateful voyage in a creative and respectful manner. Descendants of the Titanic's passengers (grand children, grand nieces, etc.) offer some family recollections. However, much of the story is brought to life by actors delivering readings from original letters, diaries and memoirs of the momentous event. Archival materials and excerpts from Hollywood depictions provide additional insights and interpretations.