The great Cuban filmmaker Fernando Pérez is ready to present his most recent fiction film. He shares the script and direction with the Swiss producer Laura Cazador, based on real facts. Martha Sánchez The subject is part of the history of Cuba, but it has a contemporary resonance […]
The media that are open to influence, in bed with big business and its spokespeople and shielded by a supposed and false freedom of the press at the service of the powerful, say that “Professor Robin Keating” killed himself because of drugs, alcohol, economic losses and other similar trivialities. […]
Violence in Mexico escalated when the war on drugs began and is out of control. Now the culture of violence for easy money is corrupting young people. His latest film deals impressionistically with the ghosts and living metaphors which haunt this ‘surreal and melodramatic country’.
Cinema as a document or cinema as exploitation? The responsibility of cinema and TV series in stunting public debate, and encouraging a culture of easy money. Making a biographical film while close to death, his life really passed in front of his eyes. Graham Douglas His latest film […]
The well-known film director talks about the unsteady history of cinema in Colombia. Beginning in his native city of Cali he was part of the renaissance that began in the ‘60s with the Caliwood movement. He talks about the fine line in his work between fiction and documentary, described by the controversial term ‘mockumentary’.