The lives of two famed Mexican artists are celebrated in programs originally shown on television. First, the story of muralist Diego Rivera includes a chronicle of his 1933 commission at the Rockefeller Center, when his refusal to alter his work according to Nelson Rockefeller's demands led to the painting's destruction. Next, few evoked the strife and realism of his era like David Alfaro Siqueiros, whose notable early 20th-century accomplishments were often inspired by the Mexican Revolution. 90 min. Standard; Soundtrack: Spanish Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish; biographies; trailers. In Spanish with English subtitles.