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Sunday - November 5th

Banalities - Rafael de Andrade

Betrayed and arrears, Jorge deducts all your anger at the bricklayer working at his home. However, at times, banal decisions have unexpected consequences.


@ 1:00PM

Time Running: 10:00

The Wall Within -

In Arizona, forensic anthropologists must analyze the remains of thousands of migrants who die each year in the desert trying to cross the border into the US. In this humanitarian crisis there are also vigilantes, armed citizens who patrol the border.


@ 1:35

Time Running: 18:00

Varsity Punks - Anthony Solorzano

A.J. MONTOYA is the coolest kid on campus. He’s a senior and star quarterback with dreams of leading his school to a championship. At the other end of the pecking order are the most invisible athletes on campus, the boys’ cross country team -- ragtag bunch of misfits led by their own team captain, ROSIE. The two teams share a mutual disdain for one another, that is, until A.J. injures his hand, ending his football season and destroying his dreams of glory. In desperation, A.J. realizes that his last shot at a championship is to take his running game off the field and onto the cross country course, a situation that brings both captains and social groups into strife.


@ 3:00PM

Time Running: 1:46:30

Capoeira - Patricia Ovando

Capoeira es un arte marcial Brasileña; un análisis conmovedor que invita a su audiencia a compartir y sentir como los estudiantes de Capoerira que residen en Los Angeles y San Francisco, California, se dedican a entrenar y compartir el por qué practican Capoeira. Con pasión, humor y emoción nos dicen como Capoeira es parte de sus vidas. Este documental te dejará con música en tu corazón y el deseo de hacer Capoeira. La profesora Jessica "Pavão", es una de las pocas mujeres Capoeristas de alto rango en Los Angeles y Antonio "Corrente" es uno de los pocos profesores immigrantes gay, también de alto rango, que da clases de Capoeira en San Francisco, California.


@ 5:05PM

Time Running: 19:56

Victinas de Guernica - Ferran Caum

On April 26, 1937, at four in the afternoon, the Basque people of Guernika were systematically bombarded by German and Italian planes in the service of dictator Franco. The destruction of the town was practically total and the number of civilian victims was counted in the hundreds. Pablo Picasso was shocked by the news of the first bombing whose target was a defenseless, civilian population. The painter from Malaga takes the bombing of Guernica as the motif of the Guernica painting to make a denunciation of the barbs which caused so much pain and shock to the innocent victims.


From the victims of Guernika, it passes to the victims of El Salvador who suffered throughThe Civil War between 1980 and 1992. With no regard of who is who, the destructive machinery of war causes pain and suffering on civilian victims, innocent and defenseless . These Salvadoran deaths are recorded in the "Monument to the Memory and the Truth" of San Salvador. From El Salvador and the hand of the Guernica painting, the commitment to peace, reconciliation and recognition of the victims is made.


@ 8:15PM

Time Running: 8:15

Bravetown - Oscar  Torres


After an accidental drug overdose, a talented teenage DJ goes to live with his estranged father in a small  Army town, where he gets to the bottom of his own pain and learns empathy for others.

@ 7:30PM

Time Running: 1:52:00

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