Directed By: Ajahnis Charley ⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 10m 28s
After working abroad for five years, filmmaker Ajahnis Charley returns home to Oshawa, Ontario, in the age of quarantine. In addition to reuniting with his family, he returns with a mission to share some deep personal truths. Surprising conversations ensue with his mother and three siblings creating, in this humorous and heart-wrenching story about our need to seek love and acceptance within our own families.
Directed By: Fran Zayas ⎥ Puerto Rico ⎥ 2021 ⎥ 12m 1s
Tonight, is the night, a major poetry slam competition where the winner will be awarded the opportunity to take his voice beyond the local scene. However, for Daniel it will be a night of havoc, revelations and redemptions. The preparation of the young urban poet is disturbed by the absence of his father, and the oppression of his mother, Rita, who depends on her son to lead her excessive lifestyle. When reality challenges Daniel’s ideals, will he see to it that the night ends in reconciliation with his loved ones or will he lose control of himself?
Directed By: Adriana Bosch ⎥ USA/Cuba ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 1hr 1m 9s ⎥
Through the letters to his sister (1961-1976) Eloisa living in exile, legendary Cuban writer José Lezama Lima, author “Paradiso” a novel of the Latin American Boom, reveals his complex and ultimate tragic relationship to the Cuban revolutionary state.