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Anabel Rodríguez Ríos's documentary "Once Upon A Time In Venezuela" beautifully depicts a village that offers a microcosmic view of Venezuela's broader political challenges.
Uruguayan documentary "La Flor de la Vida" explores the joys and sorrows of aging through intimate interviews and home video footage.
The Oscar-snubbed Colombian war movie "Monos" is a stunning, transcendent expression of cinema in its purest form.
"Pájaros de verano" ("Birds of Passage") offers a more nuanced and authentic take on Colombia's drug trade.
How "Roma" departs from other Hollywood foreign language darlings like "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon".
Three-time Oscar winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki is the silent force behind many amazing films—like "Children of Men" and "The Revenant".
"En el Séptimo Día" director Jim McKay discusses how he went about making a film so different from his own lived experience.
The directors of "Nossa Chape" discuss their documentary, and the power of sport in recovering from national tragedies.
After a tragic plane crash, the Chapecoense football club rebuilds in this documentary about the societal impact of sports.
A Fantastic Woman, Chile's entry for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars, is a beautiful and heartbreaking drama about a trans woman dealing with the...