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On the Road, Somewhere (Algún Lugar)

In Santiago, best friends Oliver, Moises and Hemingway are preparing for a ritual known to middle-class teenagers around the world—one last carefree summer road trip, just before college, when the first steps into adulthood will begin and everything they know will change.

The boys map a route from Montecristi in the north to points east, with an eventual destination of Pedernales in the south, where Oliver’s high school girlfriend Veronica is staying with her grandmother, until she leaves to study in New York in the fall. Along the way, the car breaks down frequently, leaving the three boys stranded with nearly every character under the Dominican sun.

As their hilarious conversations, arguments and riffs on popular culture, national identity and politics build momentum, an emblematic snapshot of both the joys and insecurities of contemporary Dominican society emerges.

Extensive festival play and critical acclaim including

Winner: Best Supporting Actor, 30 under 30 Film Festival

  • Chicago Latino Film Festival 2015 (Chicago, United States)
  • Cine Las Americas Film Festival 2015 (Austin, United States)
  • San Diego Latino Film Festival 2015 (San Diego, United States)
  • more….

71 minutes on 1 disc / 2015 / Spanish w/English subtitles

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Least of These, The (Family Detention in America)

Entre Nos

entre nos indieEntre Nos tells the true story of a woman’s struggle to survive in New York City with her two children after being abandoned by her husband.

The main character, Mariana, totes her two children from the country and culture of Colombia to reunite with her husband in Queens, New York. Her life is devastatingly turned around when her husband abandons the family.

As a result, Mariana must struggle with unemployment, eviction letters, eviction notice forms, how to speak fluent English, and then experiences the early signs of pregnancy.

With no where to go Mariana is under extreme stress due to her misfortunes. She and her kids have to now survive living in a foreign country. As Mariana desperately searches for jobs in NYC, the story weaves along with the stress she lives with. In the end, Mariana resourcefully navigates a surprising way to make some money by using recycle containers to recycle for cash.

Directed by Paola Mendoza and Gloria LaMorte

  • Audience Award: Best Narrative Feature (Winner)
    Newport International Film Festival (Newport, United States)
  • Best Female Actor (Winner)
    Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (Fort Lauderdale, United States)
  • Best Film: North American Independents Competition (Winner)
    Festroia: Troia International Film Festival (Setubal, Portugal)
  • Best of Fest (Winner)
    Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (Fort Lauderdale, United States)
  • Crystal Heart (Winner)
    Heartland Film Festival (Indianapolis, United States)
  • Debut Acting Award (Winner)
    Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (Fort Lauderdale, United States)

English and Spanish with English Sub-titles

81 minutes on 1 disc

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Beyond Elections: Redefining Democracy In The Americas

Zapatista

Un Pecado Por Mes (One Sin A Month)

Un Pecado Por Mes (One Sin A Month) TI14001Paloma, a lovely young college student and secretary for Belisario Quintana’s auction house met Marcelo, a handsome college student of hard working but poor parents who have been helping him finance his tuition. Marcelo shares a room with his best friend Jorge and they are always on the brink of being evicted due to lack of money. Paloma lives at home with her parents. They both fell in love straight off.

Marcelo, trying to impress the stunning lady, lied and told her that his parents were rich ranchers. Embarrassed by her meager living, she too lied and told Marcelo that she was the daughter of Belisario Quintana who was not only her boss but her family’s landlord too. She only got paid once a month so she could only meet with Marcelo once a month. Each time she went to pay the rent Sylvia, Belisario Quintana’s daughter of the same age gave her one of her old dresses as a gift. So each time Marcelo saw Paloma she was always dressed beautifully.

 

  • Director: Mario C. Lugones
  • Actors: Tato Bores, Susana Canales, Ricardo de Rosas, Ramon Garay

1949 / 78 minutes on 1 disk

Spanish w/English subtitles

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DVD w/PPR: $225

DSL 1 yr: $300

DSL 3 yrs: $375

DSL 5 yrs: $450

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Sin Fronteras / Without Borders

Millie and the Lords

millie-and-the-lords-med-res-posterThis is the story of Milagros Baez, a Puerto Rican woman in Spanish Harlem who longs for a different life. While she spends her days and nights working at a local grocery market, she secretly fantasizes about going to college and becoming a writer. But in her world, this is not a realistic goal. With no one on her side, she is resigned to living in the projects of El Barrio for the rest of her life. With no one to believe in her, Millie doesn’t even believe in herself.

When Millie meets Mateo, a former Young Lord, her life is transformed. As he slowly shares with Millie all of his knowledge and experiences with the Puerto Rican revolutionary group,The Young Lords, she discovers an inner strength and passion that she never knew was there. Mateo’s encouragement and belief in Millie give her a new found sense of possibility, and little by little, her life begins to change. Inspired by the model of the Young Lords Party, Millie is able to overcome her fears and become the woman that she was meant to be.

Incorporating original presentations from the founding members of the Young Lords Party with a deeply emotional story written by Jennica Carmona, Millie and the Lords is an inspiring motion picture about one woman’s journey from isolation and helplessness to millie-still1strength and empowerment.

Millie and the Lords incorporates documentary material and inventive cinematography that honors the legacy of the Young Lords Party.

About Palante-Young Lords Party

The Young Lords were a revolutionary political organization that formed in New York City in the summer of 1969 and whose influence rapidly spread to Puerto Rican communities throughout the country and to Puerto Rico itself.

5 REASONS WHY THIS FILM STARRING THE YOUNG LORDS WILL HAVE YOUR REVOLUTIONARY FIST IN THE AIR (Source: remezcla.com)

  1. Through Millie’s eyes we get a sense of the Young Lords’ past, their impact and immense contribution to the Latino community. The film weaves in archival footage and stills, reminding us throughout that though this is a work of fiction, real people, places and events, inspired it. The film was shot in and around the neighborhood where it all happened, El Barrio, and includes some scenes in one of NYC’s most lauded bookstores.
  2. There are performances from surviving members of the Young Lords like Felipe Luciano, who plays himself and acts as a the head of an community center in El Barrio that is under threat of losing its funding. There are also snippets of interviews with members like Jose Cha Cha Jimenez, who founded the Lords, and Luis Garden Acosta, who now runs a leadership center called El Puente in Williamsburg.
  3. The production boasts an incredibly diverse cast and crew; the movie looks just like New York looks to us pedestrians. Funding for the film was raised via various crowd-sourcing campaigns. In short, it’s a true example of small-budget indie filmmaking. And of course, being reminded of the ways people put themselves in jeopardy for the sake of our civil rights, will move you off your butt and onto the pavement.
  4. The soundtrack features some great tracks by Rebel Diaz, that bump and gleam with defiance. There is also a beautiful rendition of Cucurrucucu Paloma by Perla Batalla, that will get you all reflective and teary-eyed.
  5. By blending of the past and the present, Millie and the Lords is a great expression of how these battles for justice don’t end; they continue past presidencies and amendments. We should be grateful for the work of those who came before but also recognize that they left a big legacy for us to live up to.

A Film by Jennica Carmona / 90 minutes on 1 disc / NC-17 / 2015 / English, Spanish w/ English subtitles.

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Machete Language (El Lenguaje de los Machetes)

machete-language“A Cross Between ‘Sid and Nancy’ and ‘Day Night Day Night’ With The Punk DIY Aesthetic… It’s Hard to Look Away” – Reeling Review

A rebellious punk rock girl and a revolutionary activist man find themselves together in Kyzza Terrazas’ directorial debut wh
ich premiered at the 68th Venice Film Festival.

Ray (Andres Almeida), a political activist, and Ramona (Jessy Bulbo), a punk singer, are furious about inequality and social injustice. Together they try to advocate for a better world. Pushed over the edge by the violent repression in Salvador Atenco, they feel increasingly drawn to commit a terrorist act in the name of their political beliefs and their love.

Stars Mexico Musician Jessy Bulbo (191,000 FB likes) and Andres Almeida from Y Tu Mamá También

Machete Language is a gritty film with a message. These are young rebels, out standing up for their beliefs. They’re trying to fix a broken system the only way they no how. Watching this movie it should come as no surprise that both Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal serve as executive producers. This is exactly the type of film these two wonderful actors have been known to star in. This is the type of movie that will leave folks divided, but what can you expect? If a movie is going to take a strong political or social stance, it has no chocie but to divide.” – Dark of the Matinee

“Bulbo & Almeida Couldn’t Be More Perfect” – Chicago Film Examiner

Official Selection at

  • Venice Film Festival
  • Mar del Plata Film Festival
  • Morelia Film Festival
  • histler Film Festival
  • East End Film Festival
  • Chicago International Film Festival

78 minutes on 1 disc / Spanish with English subtitles / Prod. Yr. 2011

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Yoga for Health / Yoga para la Salud (series)