This little no-budget film has picked up a slew of festival prizes for its character depth, unpredictable storytelling, humor and warmth.
To viewers of Lucrecia Martel's earlier work, The Headless Woman is the crowning achievement; the filmmaker speaks about her vision of the world.
Veteran filmmakers Pablo Trapero and Jia Zhang-ke complicate their genres with Lion's Den and 24 City.
When Rick Tejada-Flores decided to explore his family's checkered Bolivian past, he accepted that he had to be a character.
Iranian filmmaker Cyrus Omoomian documents post-Pinochet Chile in work-in-progress Pushing Towards Democracy.
Oscar-nominated cinematographer César Charlone recently codirected his first theatrical feature film, a darkly comic farce about Pope John Paul II.
Marilyn Mulford collaborated with Quique Cruz on the pensive, humanistic, and inspiring Archaeology of Memory: Villa Grimaldi.
Miljenko Skoknic's list of favorites in Chilean Cinema.
The 1959 reworking of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is a bossa nova adventure through Brazilian Carnival, with actor Breno Mello as the black Orpheus.
A conversation with Pamela Yates, director of State of Fear, on Peru's 20-year war on terror, which bears an unsettling resemblance to U.S. current events.