San Marcos, a town in Northwestern Mexico, is partially flooded by the construction of a dam during part of the year.
The Palace follows the everyday life of seventeen women who live together in a large house for financial and emotional reasons.
Three interviews that lead towards an epiphany compose director Eva Villaseñor’s attempt at reconstructing a period of time during which she lost her memory.
An old transient hotel located in the red light district of Mexicali, on the border between Mexico and the USA, receives hundreds of immigrants in pursuit of the American Dream every day.
Gerardo, Omar and Santos are teenagers living in a working-class neighborhood in Tijuana.
Thousands of Mexican mothers search for their disappeared children amidst the narco-war. The stories of Margarita, Guadalupe and Natividad intertwine to convey different forms of confronting the search and uncertainty.
From the Institute of Legal Medicine, El cuarto de los huesos follows several mothers from El Salvador who search for the remains of their children, who were disappeared amidst violence in their country.
How do you prepare yourself for the death of your parents? Carlos Hagerman confronts this question while he draws a loving portrait of Oscar and Doris, his own parents.