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GREAT DAY IN HAVANA 25 WATTS AVENTURERA
25 WATTS
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The state of the arts in Cuba's capital city is examined in this documentary by American filmmakers Laurie Ann Schag and Casey Stoll. Cuban artists, filmmakers and musicians...LEARN MORE. 25 Watts is a shaggy, comedic look at young slackers in urban Uruguay...LEARN MORE. One of the most popular Mexican films ever made, the cult sensation Aventurera is a famous example of a cabareteras, a curious film noir and musical hybrid wildly popular in Mexico in the...LEARN MORE.
WOMAN OF THE PORT, THE OVER AT THE BIG RANCH/ EN EL ERENDIRA IKIKUNARI
ERENDIRA IKIKUNARI
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A cowardly murder, a dark mystery, and an illicit romance combine in a dark and atmospheric melodrama that's also an all-time classic of Mexican cinema. After the death of her...LEARN MORE. Over at the Big Ranch was one of the earliest box-office successes of Mexico's Golden Era and the first to demonstrate that Latin American audiences expected Mexican movies from...LEARN MORE. The legend of Erendira tells of a brave young Indian woman who took up arms against the Spanish conquistadors during the 16th century. Though soon to be married, Erendira ...LEARN MORE.
DARK SIDE OF THE HEART RODRIGO D. LOS MUERTOS
RODRIGO D.
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LOS MUERTOS
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From the director of Man Facing Southeast comes this parable about a narcissistic poet in search of the perfect woman. Claiming he will not "tolerate a woman who cannot fly," young...LEARN MORE. Tough and in your face, Rodrigo D: No Future reveals the brutal tale of a teenager trying to make his way in one of the world’s toughest towns: Medellin, Colombia...LEARN MORE. Gorgeously shot in the Argentine jungle, Los Muertos is a hypnotic and austere investigation of the boundaries between nature and civilization--and the violence that lurks within both...LEARN MORE.
LET'S GO WITH PANCHO VILLA MEXICAN MELODRAMA: AN EXCLUSIVE FACETS 2-PACK THE NEW AMERICANS
THE NEW AMERICANS
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This classic of Mexican cinema follows the adventures of six young men who leave their rural homes to join Pancho Villa's army. Together the men endure hardship, tragedy...LEARN MORE. The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema is remembered for its dynamic genres, charismatic stars, and innovative directors. The two films joined here represent the era's biggest box office sensations. Aventurera (Alberto Gout, 1950, 101 mins.) is a famous example of a cabareteras, a curious film noir-musical hybrid that was wildly popular in Mexico in the 1940s and 1950s. Starring the immortal Ninon Sevilla, this passionate melodrama follows the rise and fall of a popular nightclub star with a dark past. Next, Woman of the Port (Arcady Boytler, 1934, 76 mins.) stars the sensual Lina Boytler as Rosario. After the horrible death of her father and the betrayal of her fiance, Rosario is cast aside in Vera Cruz. She becomes a prostitute, living above a cabaret where she picks up her clients. When a sailor saves her from the brutal hands of a violent drunk, the two lonely souls are drawn to each other for reasons that become clear as the mystery unfolds. In Spanish with English subtitles.

Alberto Gout/Arcady Boytler---Mexico---1950/1934---177 mins.
Kartemquin Films presents this International Documentary Association Award-winning nonfiction series that originally aired on PBS' Independent Lens. It chronicles four years in the lives...LEARN MORE.