Latin American Cinema

REVIEW ‘Bantú Mama’ And The Power Of The Chosen Family

By Fernando G. Herrero 16 October, 2021

Emma is a French-Cameroonian flight attendant who gets caught by the police when she tries to smuggle drugs on a flight from France to the Dominican Republic. She escapes the police car, and still handcuffed, is picked up... Read Article

A still from the film 'Cancion Sin Nombre' (Song Without a Name)

Oscars 2021: Latin America’s Contenders

By 09 December, 2020

This article was originally published by Sounds and Colours’s partner, Latin America Bureau. You can read the original here. It has been a difficult year for film, especially cinema releases but, as the old entertainment saying goes, ‘the show must... Read Article

REVIEW Ema

By 01 May, 2020

Pablo Larraín updates our concept of the modern fiction film with Ema, a feature-length showreel of modern Valparaíso through emotive dance, social commentary and one woman’s wild determination.  Ema is stylistically intrepid for a feature film. Larraín has... Read Article