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The Hour of the Furnaces

  A documentary on the liberation struggle being waged throughout Latin America, using Argentina as a historical model. It combines new and old film footage to explain the history of Read More


  In 2005, Evo Morales, an indigenous Indian and labor leader in Bolivia, became an international news story when he ran for president of his troubled country. Miami-based filmmaker Alejandro Read More


  A young painter (Alejandro Ferretis), beleaguered by life, sets off in search of a place to kill himself. When he rumbles into a remote village deep in rural Mexico, Read More


  Baraguá, is a Cuban historical film, made by the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) and directed by José Massip. The film is based on the Protest Read More

Sexual Dependency

  Five teenagers in the U.S. and Bolivia try to make sense of their sexuality and the complexity of their identity.  A poor girl, a rich stud, a university student Read More

Before Night Falls

  In Before Night Falls, Reinaldo Arenas is born in Oriente in 1943 and raised by his single mother and her parents, who soon move the entire family to Holguín. Read More


  The Mexican revolution began one hundred years ago with the overthrow of the country’s dictatorial President Porfirio Díaz.  Revolución is a portmanteau film in which ten directors look back Read More

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

  In April 2002, the democratically elected Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, faces a coup d’état by an American-backed opposition party. The two-day coup fails to topple Chávez, but the tumultuous Read More

The Swamp

  Mecha, a woman in her 50s with several teenage children and a husband, Gregorio, wants to remain looking young. In order to avoid the hot and humid weather of Read More


  Antique dealer Jesus Gris (Federico Luppi) stumbles across Cronos, a 400-year-old scarab that, when it latches onto him, grants him youth and eternal life — but also a thirst Read More