The Way She Spoke: A Docu-mythologia
a daring piece pulling from hundreds of interviews collected down a rabbit hole of drug cartels, ex-convicts, unsavory reporters and resilient women
Un Tango Más
“Fascinating…a celebration of the tango itself, which continues to bewitch with its writhing, gently jagged grace and torrid suggestiveness.” — Andy Webster, The New York Times
Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra + Ecos del Pacifico
Eddie Palmieri is one of the foremost Latin jazz pianists in the world and has had a musical career that spans over 50 years.
“At the center is Downs’ singular voice—cantina-classical—a three-octave instrument that delights in sustaining notes longer than an Olympic swimmer can hold her breath” -TheWashington Post.
UN CABALLO LLAMADO ELEFANTE
Inspired by Chilean folk singer-songwriter Lalo Parra’s childhood memories, “Elephant the Horse” tells the story of two brothers, 8-year-old Roberto and 10-year-old Lalo, who promise their dying grandfather they will set his favorite horse free.
Aubele’s hunting signature sound, with it’s precise beats, scattered bandoneon samples, nylon string guitar, dark atmospherics and male and female vocal contrast give space this time also to several cinematic tripped out tango infused instrumentals.
This riveting documentary about the professional soccer team Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles (Xolos) and their positive impact on the city of Tijuana follows players, fans, political figures, sports personalities, and enthusiasts from both sides of the border as they share their personal stories.