An imposing still — the man, his habitat, the white man trailing behind — and an English-language trailer give more details of "Embrace of the Serpent," the latest film from Colombia's Ciro Guerra…
Cartagena Film Festival
MADRID – Opening with awaited Colombian title "Alias Maria" (pictured), threading the concept of memory – including fest's own past – throughout its program, the 55th Cartagena International Film…
Screening Monday at Mexico's Guadalajara Festival then segueing to Colombia's Cartagena Fest, where it bows March 13, Spaniard Hermes Paralluelo's fest fave "Not All Is Vigil," a portrait of love in…
Diana Bustamante, one of Colombia's most successful producers, is taking on the artistic helm of the Cartagena Int'l Film Festival (FICCI) next year, replacing Monika Wagenberg, who has ankled to…
Maria Gamboa's debut feature is a straightforward social-issues drama told with passion and sincerity.
Josef Wladyka makes a rocky debut with this tale of two impoverished Colombian fishermen who turn to transporting drugs for cash.
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