A Swiss banker tries to navigate the unfamiliar and increasingly unsettling world of military-led 1980s Argentina in ‘Azor’, a chilling political thriller in cinemas 29th October.
REVIEW Animated Shorts at Inaugural Brazil Indigenous Film Festival Show Defiant Vibrancy of Guajajara and Maxakali Peoples
Traditional folktales from Brazil’s Guajajara and Maxakali peoples are infused with creative energy in two animated shorts forming part of the inaugural Brazil Indigenous Film Festival.
Emma is a French-Cameroonian flight attendant who gets caught by the police when she tries to smuggle drugs on a... Read Article
The tale of two inseparable sisters struggling with repression and prejudice in Rio de Janeiro’s machismo society in the 1950s., Karin Ainouz’s The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão is being released into UK cinemas on Friday 15th October.
Morality is a rocky terrain; messy and tangled. Unravelling the very ‘Mexican Knot’ that the film is named after, actor-cum... Read Article
Clara Sola takes an imaginative look at a woman’s release from the social constraints that shape her life, through her... Read Article
London's Pride parade may have been cancelled for the second year running, but Argentine film 'One in a Thousand' brings together a multitude of queer characters in a joyful celebration.
REVIEW ‘Diego Maradona’ Reveals How Argentina’s Iconic Footballer Inspired Such Devotion Despite His Flaws
Shortly after winning the Copa América in July of this year, Lionel Messi dedicated the victory to friends, family, and... Read Article
Lauded by Guillermo del Toro and Stephen King, Issa López’s critically acclaimed Tigers Are Not Afraid, a harrowing and enthralling film shown through the eyes of a group of children in Mexico, where the cartel wars – and their devastating effects - are part of everyday life.
Juan Antonio Bisonó graduated from university in Miami with a degree in English Literature and Film Directing, and a clear... Read Article
Jayro Bustamante’s powerful postcolonial supernatural fable unearths the repressed horrors of the Guatemalan conflict through the story of a young Mayan maid who joins the household of a genocidal general
The most striking moment of Pelé (David Tryhorn, Ben Nicholas, 2021) is barely in the frame: in the aftermath of... Read Article