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Our programming team has been screening, discussing, arguing and carefully deciding on the final few films that will makeup the official selection for our film festival, which kicks off September 15th. If you’ve submitted a film, hold tight. You will … Continue reading
Have you seen this riches to rags story on the big screen? You probably heard the buzz online. ‘From Prada to Nada’ tops the indie box office charts, making $1,115,638 over opening weekend. Not bad for an independent Latino film, … Continue reading
Icíar Bollaín tells the story of Christopher Columbus in También la Lluvia (Even the Rain). Drama. 2009. 103 min.
Biutiful directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu from Mexico is among the five nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. Javier Bardem is nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role by the Academy and we are elated. This was a power … Continue reading
Carancho directed by Pablo Trapero from Argentina. 107 minutes, drama. The film was presented as Official Selection at Cannes Film Festival 2010, Pablo Trapero as Best Director and Martina Gusman as Best Actress at Fantastic Fest 2010. Find more info … Continue reading
Saludos Cybergente. Award season is here and we’re on the verge of hearing official Oscar nominations. However we already know nominees for the Foreign reign Language Film category. Here is a trailer for Costa Rica’s Official Selection. Del Amor y … Continue reading
Hello Cyberlandia, hope you’re all enjoying a lazy Sunday. We’re featuring a video interview of Gregory Nava at an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of the making of El Norte at Azucar Mojito Bar in Downtown San Jose, 2008. El … Continue reading
Snag Films an online distribution network for documentaries struck a $10 million dollar deal Monday to expand its digital network which includes a division for foreign produced independent films. Bingham Ray, former president of United Artists, will help shape the … Continue reading
January 15, 1929 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born, one the finest men this country has produced. Below is the legendary speech “I have a dream,” which is in so many ways as relevant today as it was when … Continue reading