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Six strong, inspiring women tell their stories in THE WEIGHT OF HONOR, a documentary about the caregivers of veterans who have been catastrophically wounded in America’s longest war.
The role of the US in the Argentine military dictatorship is explored through the tales of two American citizens who were kidnapped and tortured by the regime, with the complicity of the Washington and the local embassy.
Goals for Girls: A Story of Women with Balls investigates the ignored world of women´s football in Argentina.
Letters reveal the revolutionary idealogy of the teenage lover of Argentina’smost infamous anarchist of the 1920’s.
Follows six fathers who are fighting to raise their children after a divorce and features interviews with professionals who admit, on camera, that they do everything possible to keep children and fathers separated.
The Polonio takes viewers to a magical place that is no fairy tale—a small town on an isolated beach of Uruguay, that has no electricity or running water and only 60 residents in the winter.
Portrait of Argentina’s most famous female anarchist icon who led a life full of contradictions.