Canal 22 Internacional Will Release Various Films Featuring Talented Female Artists


In the coming weeks, Canal 22 Internacional will premiere several programs highlighting the works and lives of various outstanding women artists. Geo Meneses, Rina Lazo, and Susana Harp, will be some of the artists that will be present on the screen of Channel 22 Internacional this month. Next, we tell you a little more about these productions, which have accessibility thanks to funding from the United States Department of Education.

Face of Geo Meneses with a large black comb on her head and some flowers made with beige ribbons.

Rojo Corazón: Geo Meneses

This is a musical and lyrical project by singer Geo Meneses, who seeks to help increase appreciation, knowledge, and enjoyment of various musical expressions. This film is based on popular songs and expressions of Mexico to give the viewer a unique experience. 

Born in the city of Oaxaca, Georgina Meneses García is a Mexican singer of traditional music who has managed to bring the culture and traditions of Mexico to the global stage. It is recognized worldwide for bringing the Traditional and Popular Mexican song to new generations. “Rojo Corazón” is also the name of their ninth album. 

“Rojo Corazón: Geo Meneses”, premieres on July 9 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific time and 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

Rina Lazo, in her 80s, standing on a metal ladder in front of a mural. She holds a brush in her hand.

Rina Lazo: Muralism, a living art

Although Lazo was born in Guatemala, her art is recognized for belonging to the Mexican muralism movement. 

In “Rina Lazo: Muralism, a living art”, she shares the testimony of her life and work. It also recounts the ideologies and aesthetics that inspired the Mexican School of Painting. 

This documentary premieres on July 16 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time and 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. 

Susana Harp with long curly black hair poses next to a lace curtain that appears to be a fan.

Susana Harp, a piece of Oaxaca

Susana Harp is a woman of many talents. Psychologist, politician, and singer, she is considered one of the most important singers of traditional music in Mexico. This documentary seeks to portray the more than 20 years of his career, from her debut album Xquenda to her eleventh album Misterios Gozosos. 

“Susana Harp, a piece of Oaxaca”, opens on July 30 at 2:00 p.m. Pacific time and 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

 Accessibility for those programs can be accessed through the All4Access app.