Adán Medrano: Preserving Mexican history and culture through filmmaking
Documentaries are a great way to document history and tell stories. Chef, author and film producer, Adán Medrano is doing just that through his new movie “Truly Texas Mexican.” The road movie weaves through Texas cities, naming the racism that erased Native American history and celebrating the food that kept alive the community’s living memory and heritage. Chefs, artists and community leaders discuss intimate food experiences that shape who they are today. Released on March 1, 2021, you may watch the movie on Amazon, Google TV and Apple TV. Originally from San Antonio, Adan Medrano is a food writer and chef, specializing in the indigenous foods of Texas and the Americas. He currently makes Houston, Texas, his home.
To learn more about Adán, visit https://adanmedrano.com/.
To learn more about the documentary “Truly Texas Mexican,” visit https://trulytexasmexican.com.
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