1. La última cena, dir. Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, 1976

    (Source: coeursfideles, via howtobeterrell)

  2. La Playa D.C - Official Trailer with english subtitles

    La Playa D.C is a colombian feature film directed by Juan A. Arango and produced by Diana Bustamante from Burning Blue and Jorge Botero from Septima Fims in coproduction with Cinesud Promotion (France), Bananeira Filmes (Brazil) and Hangar Films (Colombia), asocietedassociated with Laboratorios Black Velvet (Colombia).

    Selected for the Cannes Film Festival in Un certain Regard section.

    Juan Andres Arango’s drama “La Playa D.C.” is now available on VOD via the new platform www.reelhouse.org(an online video community that provides filmmakers complete control to self-distribute content directly to their viewers).  ArtMattan Productions - known for their experienced, careful, patient and caring handling of films in their library, squeezing as much life out of each as possible, ensuring that they are seen as widely and often as their resources allow - acquired all U.S. rights to the film last year.

  3. madamebeudet:

    chac: dios de la lluvia ronaldo klein (1975)

  4. Una Noche (2012)

    (Source: andreii-tarkovsky)

  5. foreignmovieposters:

Z (1969). Cuban poster by Nelson Ponce Sanchez.

    foreignmovieposters:

    Z (1969). Cuban poster by Nelson Ponce Sanchez.

    (Source: oscars.org)

  6. speakingparts:

    The Mansion of Madness
    1973 Juan López Moctezuma

    (via vagabondaesthetics)

  7. foreignmovieposters:

Lucía (1968). Cuban poster by Raúl Martínez.

    foreignmovieposters:

    Lucía (1968). Cuban poster by Raúl Martínez.

  8. vagabondaesthetics:

    A nine-year-old boy’s preening obsession with straightening his hair elicits a tidal wave of homophobic panic in his hard-working mother, in this tender but clear-eyed coming-of-age tale from Venezuelan writer-director Mariana Rondón.

  9. FILM: The Venezuelan drama “Bad Hair” (Pelo Malo) gets US premiere date

    (Source: vagabondaesthetics)