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Afroargentines
Spanish Title:
Afroargentinos
ID:12712

“Most Argentines, if you ask, will tell you: ‘In Argentina there are no black people.’” So opens AFROARGENTINES, a film which unearths the hidden history of black people in Argentina and their contributions to Argentine culture and society, from the slaves who fought in the revolutionary wars against Spain, to the contemporary struggles of black Argentines against racism and marginalization. The film uses historical footage from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, but is mostly based on interviews with black Argentines from a variety of backgrounds: intellectuals and taxi drivers, immigrants from Africa and native Afroargentines. The story that unfolds provides a counternarrative to the national myth of Argentina’s exclusively European heritage. Prizewinner at the 2003 CINESUL Festival, AFROARGENTINES is a refutation of the pervasive exclusion of blacks from official Argentine history. It shows that the first Argentine president, Bernardino Rivadavia, was of African descent. It details black Argentines’ important participation in the revolutionary wars. It shows how tango, a touchstone for Argentine national identity, is rooted in milonga, candombe, cañiegue, and other musical and dance forms of 19th century black Argentines. AFROARGENTINES also exposes how the whitewashing of the Argentine self-image came about. Racist ideas about blacks as dangerous for national progress brought about such genocidal official practices as the drafting of blacks into the most dangerous positions in the army and their quarantining during the cholera epidemics, even as race mixture both diminished the black population and spread African blood throughout the Argentine population, including those who now consider themselves “white.” But the descendants of the first black Argentines live on, their numbers bolstered by black immigration from Cape Verde (such as the parents of Afroargentine co-director Jorge Fortes) in the early 20th century, and in the last 10 years, from West Africa. These immigrants have made their own contributions and faced their own challenges in Argentine society. AFROARGENTINES responds to contemporary racism and marginalization by presenting the voices of individual Afroargentines, who recount their experiences of workplace discrimination, skinhead violence, the difficulty of interracial relationships, the double burden of black women, and the dangerous internalization of stereotypes by black Argentines themselves. They describe how Afroargentines have resisted racism by recourse to the media, through music, and through an incipient but growing political mobilization. AFROARGENTINES provides an important challenge to the marginalization of blacks in Argentine official history by rescuing the story of Argentina’s black cultural legacy from oblivion. It is also a gripping tale of the ways in which individual black Argentines have resisted and coped with everyday racism and are claiming their rightful place within Argentine history and culture.

Director: Jorge Fortes, Diego Ceballos
Country:
Argentina
Year:
2002-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
75
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Agouti's Peanut, The
Spanish Title:
Kiarasa Yo Sati
ID:13156

As the young boys of this indigenous community suit up to play an intense game of soccer in a clearing in their village, their coach tells us that soccer is a lot like traditional indigenous games. He notes, “We are learning things from the Whites but without abandoning the Panará culture.” This latest Video in the Villages production examines the everyday work and recreation of the Panará people, who blend their traditional ways with the influences of official Brazilan culture. This lighthearted and compelling documentary encourages viewers to question the simple dichotomy of tradition vs. modernity. With clever use of parallel editing, we follow different members of the community engaged in various activities throughout their day. A couple hunts unsuccessfully for game, the village doctor searches for medicinal herbs in the forest to perform a healing ritual, boys play soccer and go fishing, and women perform a dance to celebrate the peanut harvest. According to their traditional belief, the agouti, a small four-legged animal, gave the Panará the peanut. They show their appreciation and respect for the agouti through an elaborate dance. The film is book-ended by one man’s arrival back home from Brasilia, where he is working on writing a text in the Panará language and hopes to improve his Portuguese. The film concludes when he leaves once again for Brasilia to continue his work. THE AGOUTI'S PEANUT presents an optimistic look at contemporary indigenous life and the possibility of harmonious co-existence for indigenous and official culture.

Director: Kamoi Panara, Paturi Panara
Country:
Brazil
Year:
2005-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
51
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
150.0000


Ajayu
Spanish Title:
Ajayu
ID:4511

Death in the Aymara culture is an experience in which the mourners, the community, the souls participate together. Age-old rituals mixed with Catholic symbols assimilated by the people frame the story of Andres and his young daughter Leonora, who upon drowning in Lake Titikaka, must find their way to Korimarca (the Aymara Heaven) with help from the members of the community to which they belonged.

Director: Francisco Ormachea G.
Country:
Bolivia
Year:
1996-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
fiction
Runtime:
29
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Word Wars
ID:9680

This charmingly off-beat doc is the story of two underdogs who dream of making it big at a scrabble competition. Pájaro is a stick-thin wannabe champion and Lopecito his wobbly trainer. Together, they hatch a hare-brained scheme to get Pájaro into the Guinness Book of World Records. The challenge? To memorize all the valid scrabble words in under 30 hours (want to see just how difficult this feat is? go ahead and check all the words with z and q). Can Pájaro break the record, braving cold, rain, exhaustion, blisters, hallucinations, and the devastating urge to use the toilet? Only his loyalty to Lopecito and his love for the spacey trapeze artist La Mora can give him the strength to pull through. With its cast of oddball characters including a genially corrupt politician, an obese tango dancer, a skinflint landlady, the randy old Guinness judge, and a deliciously corny Merengue singer this rollicking Argentine comedy is the tale of two lovable losers whose dreams of greatness just might come true.

Director: Juan Bautista Stagnaro
Country:
Argentina
Year:
1999-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Feature
Runtime:
92
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Amnesia
Spanish Title:
Amnesia
ID:7592

Ramírez is a strange gaunt figure who walks the drizzly Santiago night looking for the man who troubles his memories. Zúñiga is a grizzled old man with a jolly laugh, a vicious streak, and a secret past. Their meeting brings them back to the days they served together in an army prison camp in the remote Chilean desert during the height of Chile’s political repression. In that stark setting, Zúñiga’s sadistic cruelty and Ramírez’s tortured complicity come to light. Now, 15 years later, they must deal with what their experiences have become - memories. As they vacillate between revenge, recognition, and self-inflicted amnesia, this powerful, haunting and slightly surreal film unearths the process of memory and the workings of the human soul. The director explains that he made the film to "counter general amnesia" in Chile. "There exists a constant desire to forget, an attitude of stubbornly forging ahead without looking back," he says.

Director: Gonzalo Justiniano
Country:
Chile
Year:
1994-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Feature
Runtime:
90
minutes
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$
200.0000


Anesia - A Flight Through Time
Spanish Title:
Anesia
ID:10184

Anesia - A Flight Through Time shows theimpressive life of the first female aviator in Brazil: Anesia Pinheiro Machado. Her life story takes the viewer on a flight that goes from the beginning of the century to the present day using a mixture of interviews with both Anesia and other Historians, as well as re-enactments and aerial scenes.

Director: Ludmila Ferolla
Country:
Brazil
Year:
1999-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
52
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
150.0000


April 9, 1948
Spanish Title:
9 de abril 1948
ID:12385

The history of modern Colombia is marked by two periods: before and after the 9th of April, 1948. On that day, the populist leader Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, expected to be the next president of the nation, was assassinated, unleashing a massive riot in the capital city of Bogotá. Gaitán’s followers arose spontaneously in cities and towns throughout the nation, and for two days they held power in Bogotá, until army repression returned the country to the old guard at the cost of some 4 or 5 thousand civilian lives. The bloody clash in Bogotá ignited a ten-year period of brutal conflict between political parties that spread throughout the country and claimed the lives of 200,000, marking Colombia up to the present day. This meticulously-researched, impeccably-documented film explores the events of the April 9 in all their political and social complexity, explaining Gaitán’s appeal to those sectors that had traditionally been excluded from the democratic process, and the political hardliners he and his followers faced. But it also deals with individuals, and how they came to find themselves on either side of a political line on that day. The film weaves archival film of Gaitán and rare footage from the riots with the personal testimonies of Colombians from all walks of life – soldiers, revolutionaries, peasants, academics, and members of Gaitán’s family – whose individual experiences collectively testify to the legacy of violence that has plagued Colombia since that fateful spring afternoon. This documentary, directed by Gaitán's granddaughter, was featured at the Bogotá Film Festival of 2002.

Director: Maria Valencia Gaitan
Country:
Colombia
Year:
2001-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
59
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Argentina: Growth or Disappearance
Spanish Title:
Argentina: Crecer o desaparecer
ID:12644

ARGENTINA: GROWTH OR DISAPPEARANCE is a documentary dealing with the aftermath of December 2001, when Argentina exploded with fury over the government’s handling of the severe economic crisis that gripped the country. The national debt to international creditors triggered the nightmarish descent of Argentina, once one of Latin America’s model economies, into poverty, hunger, joblessness, and government repression. The resulting crisis has provoked crises in the health, educational, and labor sectors, which strain the country’s institutions and have contributed to a general rupturing of its social fabric. But the crisis has also sparked a resurgence in social consciousness and mobilization as ordinary citizens respond to the situation. These new movements – the “piquetero” protesters, factory takeovers, community soup kitchens, and activist neighborhood associations – cross class boundaries and illustrate the ways in which the citizens’ skepticism of the state has led them to build their own social networks of support, protest, and financial survival under the increasingly difficult conditions. In ARGENTINA: GROWTH OR DISAPPEARANCE, sociologists, economists, and political scientists describe the macroeconomic causes behind the crisis, and regular Argentines describe how they have coped with it. Between the worsening of the situation and the new political consciousness of ordinary Argentines, the film asks whether the results of the crisis will be the dissolution of the nation, or its democratic renewal. ARGENTINA: GROWTH OR DISAPPEARANCE highlights Argentina’s case as an important example of the precarious state of developing nations in the current climate of neoliberalism and globalization.

Director: Luciano Zito
Country:
Argentina
Year:
2003-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
55
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Atenco:The Machete Rebellion!
Spanish Title:
rebelion de los machetes, La
ID:12459

This documentary is a sequel to the story of popular resistance described in the directors’ 2002 video LAND, YES! AIRPLANES, NO! The rural Mexican farm community of San Salvador de Atenco has had its land sold from under its feet to build an airport that will serve not the community, but multinational business interests. Their first demonstration was greeted by violent government repression that left several farmers badly beaten and jailed. Now, after the protest, the people’s grief and indignation, their love of their land, their sense of their history, and their religious faith have emboldened them to continue their fight. As their struggle grows and becomes more publicized, it reaches the attention of people from Los Angeles to Poland, who begin to see that their own struggles over health care and labor and Atenco’s fight for its land are all symptoms of the same problem. With its dramatic footage, gripping personal accounts, and interesting characters, this video puts a human face on the struggle against the ravages of neoliberalism and government malfeasance.

Director: Greg Berger, Adan Xicohtencatl and Constantino Miranda
Country:
Mexico
Year:
2002-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
30
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Bad Times
Spanish Title:
Mala epoca
ID:10032

On the eve of elections with the omnipresent grin of the candidate plastered all over Buenos Aires, four very dissimilar stories reflect the less-than-idyllic side of the city. A naïve young man from outside the city moves into a boarding house and must steal his neighbor’s money to make the rent. Buenos Aires emerges as an oppressive force, immediately bringing him down the wrong path as he ends up with more on his hands than just bills. A Paraguayan construction worker’s life changes after an encounter with an all-too-familiar woman on the street who speaks to him in Guarani, his native language. The encounter impacts him and his co-workers, producing both the most idealistic thoughts and painful consequences. In an episode about the weight of class differences felt by a teenager at a classmate’s birthday, young love and the violent world of kidnappings unexpectedly meet. Finally, a sound engineer precariously freelances for a politician and finds romance in the most inopportune places. He quickly discovers, though, that there is no room for love and loyalty in modern-day Argentine politics. Representative of a burgeoning movement in recent Argentine cinema, BAD TIMES provides a stark and pessimistic glimpse into the lives of laborers and the poor. Violence, both actual and imagined, guide each episode. Other themes include labor and its darker side, unemployment, and the fate of immigrants, quickly relegated to the bottom of the social ladder. Perhaps the strongest theme throughout is the painful deception that follows brief moments of illusion. Written and directed by four students of Argentina’s prestigious Universidad del Cine, BAD TIMES functioned as a stepping stone towards the world of professional filmmaking. Far more stylistically cohesive than MOEBIUS, the university’s first feature produced entirely by a student crew, this film bears no signs of being a student collaboration. Though the product of four distinct directorial visions, a few subtle overlaps between the chapters bring an exhilarating sense of depth to the city.

Director: Mariano De Rosa, Rodrigo Moreno, Salvador Roselli, Nicolas Saad
Country:
Argentina
Year:
1997-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Feature
Runtime:
110
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Bahia of All the Sambas
Spanish Title:
Bahia de Todos os Sambas
ID:1880

This film doucuments the week-long Brazilian musical extravaganza that took place in Rome in 1983. Including performances by Joao Gilberto, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, and others.

Director: Paulo Cezar Saraceni
Country:
Brazil
Year:
1996-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
102
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
150.0000


Bait, The
Spanish Title:
carnada, La
ID:10344

María's life is as unpredictable as the sea. As a baby she was found abandoned and floating on a raft and, as a result of living in a small fishing village, she turned fishing into her skilled craft. Against her traditional ways, her husband Juan becomes part of an industrial fishing crew and their paths begin to splinter. María tries to keep her dreams alive despite the hardship of being alone while her husband is out on fishing expeditions.

Director: Marianne Eyde
Country:
Peru
Year:
1999-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Feature
Runtime:
103
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Believe Me
Spanish Title:
Crede-Mi
ID:7704

BELIEVE ME transposes Thomas Mann's classic story "The Holy Sinner" into the landscapes of Ceará, in the Brazilian northeast. The film is an expressionistic, mostly spontaneous treatment of the story performed by the people of Ceará, using their own characteristic intonation, their songs and their magical instruments. Shot with very scarce material resources and in Super Hi-8, the spellbinding perfomances and passionate and colorful scenes make this a magnificent, lyrical, unique, and audacious work of two novice directors.

Director: Bia Lessa & Dany Roland
Country:
Brazil
Year:
1996-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Feature
Runtime:
75
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
150.0000


Between Marx and a Naked Woman
Spanish Title:
Entre Marx y una mujer desnuda
ID:4510

It is the 1960s in Ecuador, and a group of radical intellectuals is discovering how little they understand their time, their nation, or themselves. The center of the film is an author who narrates a book he is writing about himself, his friends, and their life of drinking, philosophizing, and activism in the Communist Party. The cast of characters includes Galo Gálvez, whose brilliance and charisma is belied by his confinement to a wheelchair; his faithful sidekick, Falcon; the manic and spiritual Poet; and the imaginary (or are they?) characters of the Writer’s novel. But the book is not coming out as he expected. The utopian dream of Communism is being betrayed by a bureaucratic and spiritually-bankrupt Party that sacrifices its youth, rejects its intellectuals, and fails to understand the realities of Ecuador. Galo is passed over for an appointment despite his obvious talent, and a young member is killed in a demonstration as police repression tightens. But even as the Party fails to relate itself to Ecuadorian reality, the film itself incorporates elements from various elements of Ecuadorian society, juxtaposing rock and Andean music, TV melodramas and traditional fiestas, Catholicism and sexual hedonism, urban intellectuals and indigenous peasants, in a cultural pastiche that captures the hybrid reality of a nation that the characters themselves cannot seem to grasp on their own.

Director: Camilo Luzuriaga
Country:
Ecuador
Year:
1996-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
feature
Runtime:
90
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Bispo Do Rosario, The
Spanish Title:
Bispo Do Rosario, O
ID:3129

The life of artist Arthur Bispo do Rosario who for 50 years lived in the desperate psychiatric asylum the "Colonia Juliano Moreira" (in Rio de Janeiro). Until his death in 1989, his art was almost completely unknown as Bispo refused to be separated from the works he produced. He had never intended to be an artist but only followed the voice of God who told him that he should reconstruct the world and present it to Him at his death. Taking as its viewpoint Bispo's imagination, the film tells the story of this artist, his art and relationship with the probationary psychologist, Rosangela Maria.

Director: H. Marinho da Rocha and M.Przewodowski
Country:
Brazil
Year:
1993-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
docudrama
Runtime:
46
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Bitter Memories
Spanish Title:
Amargos recuerdos
ID:11763

BITTER MEMORIES collects the tragic testimonies from survivors of two of the many massacres committed by the Guatemalan military in the rural areas of the country in the early 1980s. This video is an important contemporary document of the tragic and historic moment when the survivors participate in the exhumations of the victims of the 1982 massacres graves in northern Huehuetenango, Guatemala, and the Mayan ceremonies that took place in honor of the dead. As the bodies are excavated and mourned, so too is the tragic history of this troubled nation.

Director: Nefertiti Kelley Farias and Carlos Bazua Morales
Country:
Guatemala
Year:
2000-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
30
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
79.9500


Born in Brazil
Spanish Title:
Nascendo no Brasil
ID:12707

The World Health Organization suggests a maximum cesarean rate of 15%. Research shows that the majority of Brazilian women prefer natural birth. But statistics provide a different story --- 65% - 85% of all births in private hospitals in Brazil are by cesarean section. Many obstetricians attribute the high cesearean rate to patient demand, when in fact the unnecessary surgery is more convenient and lucrative for doctors. Born in Brazil challenges the dominant cultural belief that surgical delivery is the modern, painless way to give birth, and that cesareans are what women want.This 52-minute documentary reveals the subtle pressures that stimulate the gross misuse of cesareans through touching and humorous accounts of childbirth. Born in Brazil follows five pregnant women in private and public hospitals in Porto Alegre, Brazil. In interviews before birth, the women share their desires, fears, and expectations of childbirth. During birth, the ethical conflicts of modern obstetrics become clear as doctors narrate their patients’ progress. A few days after birth, the women reflect on their experience, often twisting facts and feelings to fit their obstetrician’s story of events.Childbirth is a manifestation of the spontaneous nature of life. In a fast-paced, convenience-oriented society where most things are planned, Born in Brazil serves as a wake-up call to the alarmingly high rates of cesarean section around the world. Indeed, frequent articles published in medical journals and newspapers throughout the world show that cesarean rates are on the rise in the United States, South America, and Asia. Born in Brazil brings to the screen an urgent and essential message. As it explores the relationship between birth and technology, and the pressures of modern society, this documentary provides critical insight on our desire to control the unpredictable by relying on calculated medical procedures.

Director: Cara Biasucci
Country:
Brazil
Year:
2002-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
52
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Bracero Program: Sad Recollections a.k.a. Seasonal Farm Laborers Program: Sad Recollections
Spanish Title:
Programa Bracero: Triste recuerdo
ID:12525

The Braceros Seasonal Farm Laborers Program was an agreement signed in 1942 between the U.S. and Mexican governments to cover wartime labor shortages in the United States. Between 1942 and 1964, almost 5 million Mexican workers worked in the U.S. under the Braceros Program. This short documentary recounts the story of these workers half a century later, as they struggle to right an injustice done to them so long ago. One of the clauses of the financial agreement of the Braceros Program was that 10% of their wages would be deposited in a “savings fund” and paid to them upon their return to Mexico. These wages, however, which total more than $350 million, have been distributed to a mere 2% of the almost 5 million braceros who are entitled to them. BRACEROS: SAD RECOLLECTIONS narrates the struggle of the now elderly bracero workers to reclaim the wages stolen from them. Assembling from across Mexico, the former braceros, beautifully shot in crisp black and white, recall their long ago experiences in the United States and describe the process by which they are demanding that their claims be recognized and their contributions rewarded.

Director: Jorge Luis Vazquez
Country:
Mexico
Year:
2002-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
26
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


Brickmakers, The
Spanish Title:
Chircales
ID:4354

This meticulously shot and edited film, 6 years in the making, documents the squalid life of a Colombian family in the grips of poverty and exploitation. The Castañedas - father, mother, and all of their 12 children over the age of 3 - spend their days digging in the mud and hauling bricks to a toxin-belching kiln. The depth of knowledge and the intimacy of the footage reflect the years the filmmakers shared with the Castañedas, and its origins in the filmmakers’ anthropological studies allows it to shed light on such diverse issues as the economic structure of the family’s exploitation, the process of making the bricks, and the family’s political and religious beliefs. But the film departs from the flat documentary style as its weaves together voices that exemplify the forces of technological change, domestic and political violence, and sheer spiritual and material need that envelop the Castañeda family. The poignancy and urgency of the gorgeously shot black-and-white images are a timeless exploration of the tragedy of economic exploitation and the fragility of the human spirit.

Director: Marta Rodriguez and Jorge Silva
Country:
Colombia
Year:
1972-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
42
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
250.0000


Butterflies on the Scaffold
Spanish Title:
Mariposas en el Andamio
ID:4587

This award-winning documentary is the first since the 1959 revolution to look at the lives of gays and transvestites in Cuba. Bakers, carpenters, soldiers, teachers, and fathers, the working-class drag queens featured in this film have both suffered prejudice and found acceptance in unexpected places. Full of gusto and inventiveness, they make glamorous gowns from sugar sacks and eyelashes from carbon paper to put on a cabaret at the worker’s cafeteria of a marginal Havana neighborhood. The film moves from on-stage action and backstage preparation to insightful interviews with community leaders, the performers themselves, and their families. With their stunningly emotive performances set to the passionate music of Latin America, these queens truly are butterflies on the scaffold – vibrant, proud, and alive. Their journey from clandestine domestic gatherings to the public stage is also the story of La Güinera, a poor neighborhood that built itself up by the grit and gusto of its women. The leader of the neighborhood’s construction and housing collective was at first reluctant to allow the show. Reflecting on her own experiences as a black woman and her trajectory from maid to community leader, she overcame her prejudices to support whole-heartedly the struggle of one of Cuba’s most victimized minorities – its gays. These men, who must live a double life in the streets of Cuba, have found in the cabaret the freedom to be themselves – to the adulation of the crowd. The film shows how these men’s parents, siblings, and children have come to accept their loved ones’ sexuality and the difficult life they have chosen as gay men in a machista country. However, as the example of the neighborhood shows, in the context of evolving attitudes towards homosexuality in Cuba, people are judged first on what they achieve for their country. Remarkable and engaging, this film is ultimately a story of social, human, and cultural transformation.

Director: Margaret Gilpin and Luis Felipe Bernaza
Country:
Cuba
Year:
1996-01-01 00:00:00.0
Genre:
Documentary
Runtime:
74
minutes
Purchase Price:
$
99.9500


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