This remarkable debut feature by Mexican-American photographer and director Carlos Alfonso Corral, produced by Italian filmmaker Roberto Minervini, is a lyrical and sensitive documentary that intimately portrays the residents of a homeless community on the U.S.-Mexico border, including a recently married couple, a grieving father, a war veteran, and a 16-year-old girl. Shot on the streets of El Paso and Ciudad Juárez in sobering black and white, this vérité-style film is a raw yet profoundly compassionate and respectful portrait of people living on the edge. A selection of the Panorama at Berlinale Film Festival in 2021.
Holiday / Feriado
Azucena Losana, 2021, Brazil/Argentina/Mexico, 2m
Portuguese with English subtitles
North American Premiere
Images from Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo filmed in 16mm are set to the words of Bruno Negrão’s poem “E se Jesus fosse preto?”