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The first season in this series of conversations, moderated by Mexican actor and filmmaker Diego Luna, will prove that no subject is off the table when you have the right ingredients. The topics in this episode include gender violence, environmental devastation, decriminalising abortion, racism and identity, and the war on drugs.

Pan y Circo is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on August 7, 2020.

Pan y Circo is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Pan y Circo on demand atAmazon Prime online.

Amazon Studios
1 Season, 7 Episodes
August 7, 2020
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Diego Luna
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Pan y Circo Full Episode Guide

  • Racism, colonialism and identity. Three words that separately can cause disagreement, but that once voiced, should foster openness and a dialogue that includes many points of view. For this episode, Diego Luna sits at the table with linguist and translator Y

  • Migration is at the very heart of humanity. The act of migrating, however, has become a matter of danger rather than a hope for salvation, and increasingly, a political weapon. Why do people leave their country of origin, and what do they find on the countries they arrive at? For the episode

  • When it comes to pregnancy termination

  • The series Pan y Circo presents an episode, where a series of voices from Earth and space that have worked to change and save the world from the climate crisis that assails us. Diego Luna, filmmaker, actor, and host of Pan y Circo, sits at the table with biologist and recipient of the Belisario Dom

  • The series Pan y Circo presents "Failures of prohibition. Drug legalization," an episode that raises new points of view

  • Diego Luna puts on his chef's hat and talks to biologist and climate change activist Julia Carabias and Daphtne Cuevas, a gender equality advocate who has devoted her career and life to ending violence against women, Mexican author Emiliano Monge, wielder of a sharp, but accessible plume that writes about Mexico's political, social and cultural realities, and the epidemiologist Samuel Ponce de Le