Los tres mundos de MarkSeptember 7, 2016
When a fugitive takes refuge in a small town, it ignites the passion of a group of filmmakers who want to discover his real story and his past. In the process of wanting to bring Mark’s story to the screen, they reveal more of him and each one of the protagonists than they were supposed to. This is a story of a criminal and of those that want to expose the effects of justice, love, and solidarity in the transformation of a human being.
Fire in the SoulJanuary 2, 2002
Reflecting the closeness of Puerto Ricans in New York with those on the island, three stories among couples are combined to cast emotions of passion, jealousy, doubt and infidelity. The couples are burned by sudden and unexpected feelings and are pushed to make the decision that will change their lives forever influenced by the events of September 11th.
La promesaNovember 22, 2014
A journey through customs and traditions such as the promise of the Kings, Virgen del Carmen festival, the rosaries, Christmas' parrandas, and the voices of people retelling their memories of history.
Il ViaggioJuly 21, 2010
Interconnects the life of four Puerto Rican actors and a Colombian director while they participate in a Theater Improvisation Festival. They will be forced to reflect on their future in art amid economic crisis, global warming, and technological dependency.
Anatomy of a DressOctober 28, 2014
This documentary presents the passion, the talents, the history, the struggles, and the local and international triumphs of the most renowned fashion designers in Puerto Rico. The history of garment making in Puerto Rico has marked our history, culture, and traditions forever. The exploitative history, as a labor manual industry, which served as the base for what we have today as a fashion industry is also portrayed.
Hay hombres para todasJanuary 2, 2008
A few women arrive at an escort agency to choose the men who will accompany them at their events. They aren’t all there for the same reason. One of them mistakes the office for that of a gynaecologist, while two prostitutes seeking a change in profession want to learn how to be more refined and respectable. Others are indeed looking for an escort for events, where they must portray an image of personal success despite being single.
Bala perdidaApril 22, 2003
A festive, tropical Christmas in Puerto Rico is what Jennifer and Papotico are most looking forward to. Both young people are filled with musical talent, with dreams and hopes for the future. But their innocence, zeal for life, and special friendship are overshadowed by the social and economic issues of Puerto Rico. Full of powerful performances and based on a true story, “Bala Perdida” will leave a chilling feeling in your bones.
Antes de las onceAugust 28, 2008
A story about three adolescents as they address the universal challenges of growing up in a time where drugs, sexual promiscuity, delinquency, and suicide seem to run rampant.
Lost AngelsApril 15, 2006
Three children disappear mysteriously from a peaceful town of Puerto Rico. Georgie's, Walter's, and Elenita's adventure takes them from the beautiful coast, through the mountains to the depths of the city. Only their innocence, the protective spirit of their father, and the kindness of the least able leads them back to the home they thought they would not see anymore.
El cuerpo del delitoMay 11, 2005
The shocking and compelling true story of two women; one savagely raped, tortured and burned; the other, a detective that makes this case her mission. United by destiny and tragedy, they find strength in each other to find the criminals who committed such a brutal and violent crime.
Celina's SonApril 13, 2018
Celina's Son is an intimate portrait of one of Puerto Rico's most celebrated singers of all time. Despite his popularity, both in Puerto Rico as well as in Latin America, he remains a simple, sincere and lovable person. This 25-minute film explores the life of Andy Montañez through the eyes of his mother Doña Celina. She describes his rise to fame from a mother's perspective, making clear the pride she feels for the oldest of her 18 children. Combined with Doña Celina's narrative, are comments from Danny Rivera, a popular Puerto Rican singer, Nick Quijano, a San Juan graphic artist and Cuco Peña, a renowned music composer. These interviews, intercut with colorful footage of Andy, paint a picture of a grass roots performer, whose humble beginnings helped shape the great artist known as Andy Montañez.