Struum, a service that offers programming from multiple streaming services through credits and its app is ready for Hispanic Heritage Month. Check out what it has in store here.
Curated titles now available across Struum’s offering include:
- Absolute Mexico (Echoboom)
A captivating combination of water, cliff, and shore angles with epic surfing, massive waves and one of the most beautiful settings in the world. Interviews with top pro-surfers and gorgeous footage of the biggest days ever in Mexico.
- Brazil with Michael Palin (BBC Select)
Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world – a mix of races, religions, sophistication, wealth, poverty and unexplored wilderness. In this program Michael Palin visits Brazil for the very first time, traveling from the lost world of Amazonia to the buzzing metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, to meet the people and visit the places that shape this nation.
- Cuba with Simon Reeve (BBC Select)
Cuba was once considered America’s glamorous playground, brimming with nightclubs and fun. The communist revolution changed its personality. But in recent years, more economic freedoms have been allowed. Adventurer and journalist Simon Reeve meets Cuban entrepreneurs opening new businesses and attempting to thrive while the remnants of the totalitarian communist state remains.
- The Latin Kitchen (Gusto)
An upbeat half-hour of culinary favorites from Mexico, Spain, and Venezuela. In their very own rustic Latin Kitchen, Juan Pablo (Venezuela), Luis (Mexico) and Tigretón (Spain) give fresh takes on traditional Latin meals, introducing simple techniques and new ingredients sure to spice up any dinner party or weeknight meal.
- The Mexican Suitcase (Docurama)
This film tells the story of the recovery of 4,500 negatives taken by photographers Robert Capa, Gerda Taro and David ‘Chim’ Seymour during the Spanish Civil War and recovered 70 years later in a closet in Mexico City.
- One World Kitchen (Gusto)
A creative and high style cooking series featuring various cuisines, multiple episodes featuring fresh and comfort Argentinian food teach how to master the world’s hottest dishes and show age-old cooking secrets from the unique culture.
- Peru (Docubay)
South of the Equator is a country with remarkable landscapes and people – Peru. It holds mysteries and treasures that aren’t revealed at first glance. While the Earth’s largest rainforest covers its eastern territory, its capital – Lima – is a sprawling city filled with economic opportunities and cultural delights. Travel host Jacob Egar travels across the country meeting musicians, chefs, and jewelers to discuss the region’s best-kept secrets.
- Secrets of South America (BBC Select)
A fascinating and occasionally disturbing look at the pressures felt by young people in South America today. Traveling across Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela, reporter Billie JD Porter delves into the darker side of life on the continent, where beauty and sex are obsessions and teens will go to extreme lengths to get the perfect body or try to exude the perfect life.
- This is Mexico (Tastemade)
Presented by Mexican born Gerardo Lopez and filmed on location in Mexico, This is Mexico inspires viewers from around the world to experience the country’s unique cultinary traditions and culture. This is Mexico focuses on traditional Mexico food, street food and culture, and the evolution of its incredible modern culinary scene. The show captures the vibrancy and joy of one of the most exciting countries in the world.
- Unchartered: Superfly Climbs Peru (Echoboom)
In early 2020, top motoclimb athlete Austin “Superfly” Teyler traveled to Peru, seeking giant hills that have never been climbed on a dirt bike. Superfly traveled with two filmers to document the trip, packing a few IRC Tires, swing-arm extensions, and several other parts that modified the Socopur Motorsports KTM 450 SX-F for the hills. They got to experience the vibrant culture of Peru, created new lifelong friendships, and left with tons of unique footage.