TropicalFRONT Blog

Saturday, 25 October 2014 16:00

Carmín Tropical (pictured) by director Rigoberto Perezcano was the winner of the award for Best Film at the 12th edition of the Morelia Film Festival. The third feature film by Perezcano (XV in Zachila, Norhless) follows Mabel, who returns to her hometown to find the murderer of her friend Daniela and finds herself on a journey that takes her through nostalgia, love, and betrayal in a town where transvestism takes on an unusual dimension in its day.

Venezuelan BAD HAIR Opens November 19 at Film Forum in NYC
Thursday, 16 October 2014 17:22

Cinema Tropical and FiGa Films present the US theatrical premiere of the acclaimed Venezuelan film Bad Hair / Pelo malo by Mariana Rondón, beginning Wednesday, November 19 at the prestigious Film Forum in New York City. A touching and humorous coming-of-gender story, Bad Hair chronicles the life of nine-year-old Junior, living in a bustling Caracas tenement with his widowed mother. Junior fears he has pelo malo – bad hair. For his school photo, he wants to iron his stubbornly curly mane straight to resemble one of his pop star idols. His mother, unemployed and frazzled

Rio Film Festival Announces Winners
Thursday, 09 October 2014 04:07

Blue Blood / Sangue azul by Lírio Ferreira was the top winner at the 2014 edition of the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival receiving the awards for Best Film and Best Director in the Premiere Brazil competition. Starring Daniel de

Valdivia Announces Winners
Sunday, 12 October 2014 20:50

The documentary film Los castores / The Beavers (pictured) by Nicolás Molina and Antonio Luco was awarded the prize for Best Chilean film at the 21st edition of the Valdivia Film Festival, it was announced today. The film follows Derek and Giorgia, a young couple of biologists, settle in Tierra

TropicalFRONT on Intelatin Cloudcast: October 2014
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 22:57

The October 2014 edition of TropicalFRONT on Intelatin Cloudcast features a dialogue with Carlos A. Gutiérrez of Cinema Tropical; an interview with director Rodrigo Reyes on his film Purgatorio: Journey Into the Heart of the Border; an interview with Ian Brookfield for Art Redefined; Music by Bostich +

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