Valentin is Acapulco's resident playboy, until a former fling leaves a baby on his doorstep and takes off without a trace. Leaving Mexico for Los Angeles to find the baby's mother, Valentin ends up finding a new home for himself and his newfound daughter, Maggie. An unlikely father figure, Valentin raises Maggie for six years, while also establishing himself as one of Hollywood's top stuntmen to pay the bills, with Maggie acting as his on-set coach. As Valentin raises Maggie, she forces him to grow up too. But their unique and offbeat family is threatened when Maggie's birth mom shows up out of the blue, and Valentin realizes he's in danger of losing his daughter - and his best friend.
Friday, October 25, 2013
Sunday, May 26, 2013
El Infierno (English: Hell) is a 2010 Mexican action drama comedy western film produced by Bandidos Films, directed by Luis Estrada and following the line of La ley de Herodes; it's a political satire about the drug trafficking in Mexico.
The film has been a critical and commercial success in Mexico. The film has been nominated for the 25th Goya Awards for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film.
Benjamín "Benny" García is deported from the United States to his hometown in Mexico (a fictional place named San Miguel Arcángel). Back home is a bleak picture, he can't find an honest job and most of the town is held with the business of drug trafficking. Benny gets involved in the narco business, a "spectacular" job where he gets a lot of money, women and fun. But soon he finds out that the violent criminal life is not easy and much less fun.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
By custom, thousands of artisans in Mexico still use lead based glazes in their pottery without knowing the damage that this toxic element causes to their health.
Herlinda, an indigenous Purepecha potter, is one of the few artisans in her community who uses alternative lead-free glazes. Having achieved safer and healthier living conditions for her family, she faces the difficult task of finding a market for her impressive pieces.
But this does not dull her dreams of having her shop thrive and her brothers return from the United States to rejoin the family tradition.
An unexpected trip could crystallize this dream.
A stifled, small-town man stuck in a dead end life, runs away to Mexico to be a mariachi singer. MARIACHI GRINGO is a musical tour-de-force exploring the reality of "following your dreams" across cultural, personal, social and geographical borders.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
The French Film Tour is a traveling festival that presents the best selection of contemporary French films in original version with subtitles around Mexico and Central America, before its commercial release. It also includes the presentation of short films produced by IMCINE Mexicans in
the last year.
the last year.
Tour de Cine Frances
Mexican short films list in English:
•Under the sun , Arcadi Palerm
•Clarissa , Victor Audiffred
•When awake , of Del Arenal Yoame Escamilla
•Defective , Gabriela Garza and Jon Fernández Martínez López
•Inside one of Salvador Aguirre
•Any Given Sunday , Claudia de la Cabada
•The wound of Lucretia , Sabrina Maldonado
•Huellita of Ehécatl Garcia
•Ismael , of Sebastian Hofmann
•The jazz , Andres Peralta
•Lucy vs. limits of voice , Monica Herrera
•The wheel , Karla Castañeda
•One eye , Lorenza Manrique
•Fifteen years , Liliana Torres
•Shui , Barbara Balsategui
•He dreams of Ana Zamboni
•Tintico evenings , Alejandro Garcia Caballero
•The Tiricia or how to cure sadness of Cruz Angeles
•The last board of Jansen Itandehui
•Bajo el sol, de Arcadi Palerm
•Clarissa, de Víctor Audiffred
•Cuando despierte, de Yoame Escamilla Del Arenal
•Defectuosos, de Gabriela Martínez Garza y Jon Fernández López
•Dentro de uno, de Salvador Aguirre
•Un domingo cualquiera, de Claudia de la Cabada
•La herida de Lucrecia, de Sabrina Maldonado
•Huellita, de Ehécatl García
•Ismael, de Sebastián Hofmann
•El jazz, de Andrés Peralta
•Lucy vs. los límites de la voz, de Mónica Herrera
•La noria, de Karla Castañeda
•Un ojo, de Lorenza Manrique
•Quince años, de Liliana Torres
•Shui, de Bárbara Balsategui
•Sueña, de Ana Zamboni
•Las tardes de Tintico, de Alejandro García Caballero
•La tiricia o cómo curar la tristeza, de Ángeles Cruz
•El último consejo, de Itandehui Jansen