Medusa (Medusa, Brazil 2021) is a dystopian satire of how right-wing politics in Brazil – with its extremism and patent misogyny... Read Article
The BFI London Film Festival’s Experimenta programme aims to screen “films by artists that revolutionise and reshape our vision of... Read Article
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.
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
In the short film ‘Desolvido’, Colombian musicians and activists Edson Velandia and Adriana Lizcano combine folk music and simple lyrics... Read Article
Juan Antonio Bisonó graduated from university in Miami with a degree in English Literature and Film Directing, and a clear... Read Article
¡VIVA! Spanish and Latin American Film Festival returns to Manchester’s HOME Cinema for its 27th edition this August
Films from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Paraguay will be screened as part of the 27th ¡VIVA!... Read Article
A caterpillar drawn in chalk on a concrete floor. Its artist, the eleven-year-old Nando. The camera lingers, before cutting to... Read Article
Director Pedro Speroni spent two years living amongst a group of violent criminals at a Buenos Aires maximum-security prison in... Read Article
Angélica Cervera’s documentary If God Were A Woman (Si Dios Fuera Mujer, 2021) follows the story of Laura, a young... Read Article