Latin American Cinema: From Arthouse to Every House
September 15 - October 2, 2018
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 27, the SNF Parkway celebrates Latin American filmmaking with a survey of six works, ranging from distinguished independent visions to record-setting, box office hits. Each film screens twice and highlights a different national cinema and mode of production.
Andres and his 12 year old son Pedro lives in a blue-collar violent neighborhood in the outskirts of Caracas but hardly see each other. One day Andres comes home Pedro has gotten himself in serious trouble after hurting a boy in a fight.
In a Mennonite community in Mexico, a father's faith is tested when he falls in love with a new woman.
Six short stories that explore the extremities of human behavior involving people in distress.
1997, Captain Nascimento has to find a substitute for his occupation while trying to take down drug dealers and criminals before the Pope comes to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Everything changes in the life of Peruvian girl Madeinusa when Salvador arrives in her isolated, religiously zealous village in the mountains of Peru.
Víctor receives an unusual proposal to carry 7 boxes of unknown content through Market No. 4, but things get complicated along the way.