Tagged: lima film festival
The stress-free existence of a live-in housekeeper at an upscale Sao Paulo family home, who hasn’t seen her daughter in ten years, gets thrown into chaos when her kid tells her she’s coming to the city.
The Nonomiya family lived a normal life. However, they are dealt with a huge blow when the hospital tells them about an accident regarding their 6-year-old-son Keita.
Post Tenebras Lux is a semi-autobiographical film by Carlos Reygadas that was made purposely to baffle us, being presented as a sort of a bizarre dream.
Elefante Blanco follows priests Julián, Nicolás and social worker Luciana work hard to provide help and social assistance in Villa Virgen, whose inhabitants are ignored by the government and currently engaged in an ongoing drug war.
José Henrique Fonseca’s film deals with Heleno de Freitas’ troublesome personality and downfall in the late 40s.
The Lima Film Festival is at it again, celebrating Latin American films with the 16th edition of the event, set to start on August 3rd and run through August 11th in Lima, Peru.
A morning with Geraldine Chaplin talking about her decision to start acting, about her relationship with director Carlos Saura, her father… and even a little nowadays Hollywood.
A pair of non-biological brothers find that some things are thicker than mere blood.
A road movie with a truck driver, a woman and her baby on the way to Buenos Aires.
Jean Remy Gentil is a French teacher from Haiti who loses his job, and sets off to Santo Domingo to find anything to be able to make ends meet.