By: Edder Cruz In many parts of Latin America, life is very complicated and difficult. People have to deal with the violence that comes from gangs and drugs, the cartels fighting over territories and low paying legal jobs. That’s the reason so many families try to come to the United States. To them, this...
(2005, 50 minutes, English subtitles) This documentary provides insight into the realities and politics of contemporary Cuba by following some of the pioneers of Cuban hip hop to their homes, the stage, and as they travel abroad for the first time. The film will be presented by Director Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi, a graduate of Tisch...
Every week, we will feature two of our upcoming films, which will premiere at the 2011 “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival, on October 2nd. Here are the first two films: “Stalag Sacramento” by Patrick Ardell Four young musicians ride the rails in their new hometown searching for “life-after-dark” in Midtown. Do you know...