Now in its 13th year, the Latinbeat film festival delivers a sampling of the best recent Latin American cinema, including bold new fiction works and strong documentaries that explore uncharted aspects of the region's history and culture and that travel beyond capital borders.
One of this year's film festival darlings finally arrives in theaters tomorrow! Before you see it, watch our discussion with the director, writer and crew following its screening as the surprise Closing Night film of this year's New Directors/New Films festival.
See stunning digital restorations of A Star is Born, Barry Lyndon and The Shining in our special matinee series now through June 28!
This year's Human Rights Watch Film Festival brings eyewitnesses to the foreground in six films about journalism, HIV, gender inequality, and social media's role in 21st century activism.
Director Daniele Vicari talks about student activism, violence in cinema, and the international scope of the human rights violations that occurred at the Diaz school in Genoa during the 2001 G8 summit.
The Seattle-based indie director may have "boringly loving" relationships with her siblings, but that doesn't stop her from exploring the complexities of sisterhood in her fourth feature, which opens Friday at Film Society!