Posts from March 2015

Noted Photograph Historian Miguel Angel Berumen Looks Back at Photography and the Mexican Revolution

Museum Director Miguel Angel Berumen sat down with Dr. Vernon L. Williams in his office in the Museum of the Mexican Revolution on Thursday and shared some interesting history relating to the emerging technology of photography and the resulting changes in how war was presented to the world at large before 1920. Surrounded by photographic […]

Team to Mexico City for Interviews

Dr. Vernon L. Williams and a cameraman departed for Mexico City to interview some of Pancho Villa’s family members and some academic historians based in and around Mexico City.  Williams to document the Mexican side of the story and discover the role that Pancho Villa plays in Mexican life and culture after almost one hundred […]

Indiegogo Funding Campaign Launches in 15 minutes

We are ready to launch the Indiegogo funding campaign for Patton and Pancho:  A Clash of Cultures.  This milestone will mark the beginning of a journey that will take this film through the rest of the production and on into post-production.  We hope that everyone will go to  and follow our campaign progress.  Some […]