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ORBITA 9: Watch The Trailer For The Spanish SciFi Romance

Helena is a young woman who has spent her entire life in deep space, born en route to a distant colony and left alone when a malfunction in her craft made it impossible for both her and her parents to...

O RASTRO: Second Creepy Trailer For Brazilian Horror Film Arrives

People tend to find hospitals unsettling at the best of times but crumbling, soon to be abandoned hospitals in Brazil? Based on the new trailer for J.C. Feyer's upcoming Brazilian horror film O Rastro (The Trace We Leave Behind) I...

SXSW 2017 Review: DIVINE DIVAS Goes Behind the Curtains

Vibrant and enlightening, Divine Divas peeks behind the curtains of the Rival Theatre in Brazil, which was one of the first in the country to showcase men dressed as women in the 1960s. Eight artists have gathered for a 50th...

SXSW 2017: Watch The Teaser For Aaron Burns' Thriller MADRE

Hey, we are going to put a bug in your ear about Aaron Burns' new thriller Madre. His new film is having its World Premiere this very moment at SXSW in Austin. Deadline announced earlier the news that Madre has...

CERULIA: Watch The Trailer For The Latest From XX Animator Sofia Carrillo

One of the great pleasures I had in producing all-female horror anthology XX was having the opportunity to work directly with Mexican stop motion animator Sofia Carrillo. I'd had the chance to program some of her short films over the...

Gritty, Atmospheric Teaser For Eddie Rubio's LUCHA

With its emphasis on practical production skills, Mexico's national film school - the Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica or, simply the CCC - has become a breeding ground for high level talent. Jorge Michel Grau's Cannes selected cannibal film We Are...

Rotterdam 2017 Interview: Lukas V. Rinner Talks A DECENT WOMAN "It Could Easily Happen That You Pass By An Orgy While Working"

Lukas Valenta Rinner reveals more about his sophomore feature A Decent Woman

Rotterdam 2017 Review: Social Satire A DECENT WOMAN Conjures Up Anarchism From A Nudistic Swinger Club

A Decent Woman marries European formalism to Latin American temperament in a social satire embracing anarchism and clothes-optional policy

MADRE Trailer Brings Dark Thrills To SXSW

The main narrative section of the upcoming SXSW Film Festival is getting a burst of genre edginess with writer-director Aaron Burns' Madre. The first feature to come from producer Nicolas Lopez's new Purgatorio genre label this one paints a picture...

Death Comes On Two Wheels. Watch The Promo For Brazilian Biker-Killer Film MOTORRAD

The (off)road movie take a very dark turn in the upcoming Motorrad, an action packed horror film currently in production from director Vicente Amorim - helmer of 2008 Viggo Mortensen starrer Good - based on the work of popular comic...

Review: WE ARE THE FLESH, A Paean to Liberty, Designed as a Fairy-tale for Adults

Emiliano Rocha Minter, a 26-year-old budding filmmaker from Mexico, emerged with his feature debut at International Film Festival Rotterdam early in 2016, finished only a couple of days before landing in Netherlands. It wasn't his first visit to Rotterdam, though....

Rock Out In The Trailer For AVENIDA LARCO

Now that 2017 is up and running, all Peruvian films set for release this year are already starting their promo campaigns; one of the biggest ones will probably be Avenida Larco. Based on a successful stage musical, which had two...

Watch EL CUCO: PORTRAIT OF A BOOGEYMAN, The Challenges Facing a Mythical Creature in The Modern Age

It must be hard to be a mythical creature. With so much going on in our daily lives serving as a distraction. How do you even compete? You try to adapt to the modern ways but even then that can...

The End Is The Beginning In Costa Rican Romance AMOR VIAJERO

Best known in these parts for his early genre films El Sanatorio and El Fin, writer-director Miguel Gomez has emerged as the leading hit maker in his native Costa Rica. Gomez has been skipping through genres and approaches throughout his...

Watch The Trailer For Brazilian Indie Musical AMARE

Pitched as a Brazilian answer to Once with a bit of a scifi twist, MM Izidoro's Amare looks to be something compellingly unusual. Shot entirely on an iPhone on the most micro of micro-budgets Amare looks to shake off its...

Review: NERUDA, Playful, Poetic Filmmaking

Treading boundaries of reality in a free form that is unquestionably cinematic, director Pablo Larrain achieves something very special with Neruda. It's a beautifully crafted film that feels completely effortless and airy. It is clever, playful and fluid yet not too showy, emotionally resonant yet not corny. It's a political treatise, yet it doesn't take itself too seriously. But it doesn't make light of the persecution and people's suffering either. Neruda is a great achievement in the cinematic art form.

O RASTRO Trailer: Creepy Horror From Brazil

Atmosphere is everything in the first trailer for O Rastro (English title: The Trace We Leave Behind). Director J.C. Feyer establishes a creepy tone and a story that doesn't entirely reveal itself, not least because I don't speak Portuguese and...

Review: SILENCE Demands Respect and Inspires Debate

An impressively devout expression of religious faith that seeks to answer some of mankind's most pressing questions, Silence demands respect and inspires debate, all while displaying the absolute command of master filmmaker Martin Scorsese. Now 74, Scorsese has reportedly desired...

OPERACION MEXICO: Watch The Trailer For The Argentinean Thriller

Having already enjoyed a long and prolific career in the television world, Argentinean writer-director Leonardo Bechini has only turned his attention to film recently and based on the trailer for his upcoming dramatic thriller Operacion Mexico, it's hard not to...

Get On The Road To Terror With Trailers For KM 31 2

There are some places you should just never go back to. That seems to be the general point of Rigorberto Castaneda's upcoming KM 31 2. The sequel to Castaneda's hit Mexican horror returns to the scene of the first film...