Appealing and general interest documentaries that have been acclaimed in different festivals. The most recent productions in Mexico and films by prominent directors.
Productions on diverse musical movements: from proposals with social and political content, to concerts for amateurs.
Frederick Wiseman’s Retrospective
An exhibit of the work of one of the most prolific and consistent American documentary filmmakers –with a fifty-year career and more than forty films.
The section is dedicated to experimental cinema and its interdisciplinary connections through artistic expressions, such as dance and contemporary art. In this year’s edition, we worked with the Secretary of Culture through the Centro de la Imagen to present a program dedicated to the experimental work of Mexican filmmaker Teo Hernández (Ciudad Hidalgo, 1939 - París, 1992), whose archive is housed in the Center of Modern Art Georges Pompidou. The program is part of the first integral retrospective exhibition of the artist in Mexico, Estallar las apariencias: Teo Hernández, treated by Andrea Ancira for the Centro de la Imagen.
The section that gathers the most recent documentary production in Mexico. Composed of seven feature films and four national short films that stand out for their original voice and vision.
Cycle of screenings, talks and round tables dedicated to exposing different criminal processes in different parts of the world, to create a space of mediation in which justice can be reviewed through documentary film and in light of the criminal system in Mexico.
A selection of works by Ambulante Beyond, which is a training project that encourages and distributes independent filmmaking to help young filmmakers from different corners of Mexico tell their stories from a cultural and aesthetic perspective.
Short film programs (documentaries and animations) aimed primarily at children, adolescents and youngsters.