Posts Tagged 'Latin American Films'


Unfinished Spaces

Unfinished Spaces captures a golden moment in the Cuban revolution, when visionary architects were recruited to build “the best art schools in the world”. Featuring never-before-seen footage of Castro, this is as much a story about politics, dreams and human


Cocaine Unwrapped

Screening of Cocaine Unwrapped, a new documentary about cocaine. The film follows the trail of the drug through the coca farmers in Bolivia and Colombia, the drugs mules in Ecuadorian prisons, and the street dealers in Mexico, to the consumers


London Latin American Film Festival

Films from all over Latin America feature in this year’s edition of the London Latin American Film Fesival

Interview with Fernando Meirelles

Fernando Meirelles is a man in demand. The renowned director of City of God, Constant Gardener and Blindness, is in town to present his new film, 360, which opened the 55th BFI London Film Festival yesterday. JD tracked him down for a chat.


Talk with Fernando Meirelles and Marco Dutra

A conversation with Fernando Meirelles and Marco Dutra (Hard Labor) about both of their films and their work. Topics include the current climate of Brazilian and Latin American cinema, opportunities with international markets and audiences, and ways to improve the


Latin American Films at London Film Festival

The 55th BFI London Film Festival will be taking place from Wednesday 12th until Thursday 27th October, and as usual, includes a healthy selection of Latin American films.

Patagonia (Film Review)

Not many people realise the close link that exists between Wales and Argentina. In the mid-19th century many Welsh citizens were invited by the Argentine government to come live in Patagonia and many obliged. Patagonia takes this background as it’s starting point in a story of two simultaneous and very different road movies.

Sons of Cuba Shows the Long Road to Glory For Cuba’s Young Boxers

Film shows the long, hard road to glory for Cuba’s young boxers