In Bolivia, Butch Cassidy (now calling himself James Blackthorne) pines for one last sight of home, an adventure that aligns him with a young robber and makes the duo a target for gangs ...
Salt and Fire
A scientist blames the head of a large company for an ecological disaster in South America. But when a volcano begins to show signs of erupting, they must unite to avoid a disaster.
Mi prima la sexóloga
A young man is afraid of asking for sex tips to his cousin, the sexologist.
In 1879, Bolivia lost its access to the sea in a war. When I was a child I did not understand how we had lost it; he thought the Chileans had taken him away in buckets. It is a diary ...
Amir and Amat are invited to a trip into the South American rain forest, but the pleasant visit to Bolivia quickly takes a bizarre turn as Amat starts having strange visions and loses ...
The Great Movement
A symphony of the city in the heights, the illness of a worker, the nightmare and his redemption.
Mein fremdes Land
A Bolivian by birth, who grew up with adoptive parents in the Swabian town of Mössingen, is looking for his family in the mountains of Potosí. Out of poverty, his mother gave the little ...
Willaq Pirqa, the Cinema of My Village
Sistu and her small community in the Andes discover the magic of cinema. This meeting causes a stir but also confronts them with their culture and highlights the limitations of the ...
In the Bolivian altiplano, Virginio and Sisa, an elderly Quechua couple who have lived a quiet life for years, face an impossible dilemma during an unusually long drought: resist or be ...
Portrait of a Killer
In the 1970s, a journalist who works for the most famous newspaper in his city becomes obsessed with one of the most dangerous killers of his time. When he decides to interview him to ...
Primal Survivor: Escape the Amazon
Survivalist Hazen Audel fights his way through 500 miles of unexplored Amazon using only traditional survival methods; he faces extreme environments, and he must reach the Atlantic ...
Blood of the Condor
A community reacts against a group of foreigners who under the guise of development assistance are forcibly sterilizing the peasant women.
This film skewers the audience's prejudices when the subtitles abandon their usual chore of translating what is said and start talking directly to the audience.