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Jo Serfarty’s spirited debut feature, set in Rio de Janeiro days before the start of the 2016 Olympic Games, follows four teenage high-schoolers from the favelas—Karol, Junior, Ronaldo, and Caio—as they plan their summer. Screening with Ulises Conti’s Persona 5.
With unprecedented access and footage, and an uncanny resonance with the recent political upheaval in Chile, Joanna Reposi Garibaldi’s documentary about writer and visual artist Pedro Lemebel is an intimate and poetic journey through the controversial artist’s risky performances dealing with homosexuality and human rights.
A poignant and astute meditation on class warfare, David Zonana’s acclaimed debut follows a construction worker who finally takes the law into his own hands after enduring a succession of abuses by the wealthy owner of a luxury house where his brother died in an accident.
Winner of the World Cinema Dramatic Best Director Award at the Sundance Film Festival, Lucía Garibaldi’s assured and understated debut feature is an engaging and provocative coming-of-age tale centered on a 14-year-old girl living in a small beach resort rumored to be plagued by sharks.
Winner of Best Mexican Film at the 2019 FICUNAM International Cinema Festival, Clemente Castor’s debut feature is a format-shifting hangout film distinguished by its young director’s visionary, oddball perspective. Screening with Alejandro Alonso’s Home.
In his latest documentary, Argentinean filmmaker Andrés Di Tella uses photos and love letters from his late parents—his father, Torcuato, born in Argentina; and mother, Kamala, from India—to create an intimate portrait of a turbulent 20th-century love story.