Spurred by the police killings of Black people in 2016 he decides to make a film about Black America. By slowly absorbing their life in New Orleans, and by formally approaching the Black Panthers he builds a picture. He calls himself a ‘politically charged citizen’.
He talks about his fears for Brazil under the extreme right-wing government of Bolsonaro, especially the abuse of minority groups. His film about the arrest and violent abuse of a young man by the Brazilian police is also an interesting experiment in combining documentary and fiction.
A documentary by Marco Enríquez-Ominami (three times a candidate for the presidency in Chile) and filmmaker Rodrigo Vázquez .A fifty-two-minute geopolitical journey that questions the recent past in order to better understand the future. The film was screened in London and Paris. Marcos Ortiz After years of indisputable […]
This is the story of a Latin female cleaner who is fighting for justice. She is an undocumented immigrant trying to put food on her table. In a 14 minute film, aspects of the hard life of those who decide to live in another country, are portrayed by a multicultural […]
This March, the Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos (ICAIC, Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry) is celebrating 60 years of activity and having managed to bring a passion for cinema to all of Cuba. Martha Sánchez The institution was founded on the first revolutionary law in the cultural […]