One plucky Venezuelan satirical site is emerging as a runaway success in Latin America as it repeatedly skewers Mr. Chávez and a host of other leaders.
Their crude humor and thorough analysis show the great power that satire has as a weapon against authoritarian regimes.
Did you see Isla Presidencial yesterday? … They paint me as dumb, I’m not so dumb; and they say I’m very fat, they call me the fat
I love working at El Chigüire Bipolar… it would be great if somebody paid me a decent salary, though
With an innovative and attractive approach, Latin American comedians and influencers Joanna Hausmann and Ricardo O’Farrill, teamed up to create an 8-episode web series called “Para Llevar” (To Go). The series attempts to promote Venezuelan and Latin American unity and identity to support the cause of “Alimenta la Solidaridad”, a network of popular kitchens that […]
Univision Digital Brings Hilarious Political Satire to its Young and Multicultural Audiences with the New Animated Web Series “Heads Of Space”
The original animated series, created to run along the 2016 Presidential campaign, brings a fresh and humorous perspective of the US candidates in a setting that is “out of this world.”
Having garnered a total viewership of more than 30 million its first two seasons, the series will premiere all-new episodes on YouTube via Electus and Latin WE Hispanic pop culture and lifestyle channel NuevON.
The expensive, slow and serious process behind the animated parody “Isla Presidencial” (Presidential Island)
The minds behind the popular animated web series are the same behind El Chigüire Bipolar and tell us about the rigorous processes and debates that come with political satire. CNN En Español