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.
Latin American Films
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
The documentary Mothers of the Land is as an eye-opening report on the threats to Quechua culture posed by capitalism... 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
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
Director Pedro Speroni spent two years living amongst a group of violent criminals at a Buenos Aires maximum-security prison in... Read Article
This article was originally published by Sounds and Colours’s partner, Latin America Bureau. You can read the original here. It has been... Read Article
If you’re based in the US and are interested in Latin American cinema, you’ll be spoiled for choice at this... Read Article
The Intruder (2020, directed by Natalia Meta, originally titled El Prófugo) is one of a handful of Latin American films... Read Article
REVIEW From Queen of Socialites to Outsider: ‘The Good Girls’ is the Flipside of Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Roma’
The screen remains blank during the opening voiceover of Las niñas bien (2018, dir. Alejandra Márquez), while the protagonist, Sofia... Read Article