A Wolfpack called Ernesto
A Film by Everardo González
2023 - Mexico/France/Switzerland - Documentary - 1.85 - 78 min.
Produced by Roberto Garza , Inna Payán & Jean-Christophe Simon
In Mexico, 350 000 people have been killed over the last 15 years by armed perpetrators, 30 000 of which are under 18. A WOLFPACK CALLED ERNESTO is a travel exploration to the bowels of the most fragile link on the chain: kids. The film follows the paths of the youths collectively named "Ernesto" – victims as well as sicarios – who in a certain moment of their lives had access to a gun, used it to kill, and soon became a part of the many pieces of a crime organization.
A film by Claire Simon
2023 - France - Documentary - 1.85 - 168 min.
In a Parisian public hospital, Claire Simon questions what it means to live in women’s bodies, filming their diversity, singularity and their beauty in all stages throughout life. Unique stories of desires, fears and struggles unfold, including the one of the filmmaker herself.
A film by Ivan D.Gaona
2016 - Colombia - Thriller/Drama - 1.85 - 115 min.
2005. While the demobilization process of an illegal armed group is taking place in rural Colombia, a town
leader plays a risky game with the local paramilitaries with a cache of cash at stake.
When Willington’s only love, Mariana, is about to get married with his cousin Rene, they get caught in a
situation that rapidly slips out of control.
Birds Of Passage
A film by Ciro Guerra & Cristina Gallego
2018 - France/Colombia/Denmark/Mexico - Drama - 35mm - 120 min.
In the 70s, as the american youth embraces hippie culture, marijuana bonanza hits Colombia, quickly turning farmers into seasoned businessmen. In the Guajira desert, a Wayuu indigenous family takes a leading role in this new venture, and discovers the perks of wealth and power. But when greed, passion, and honour blend together, a fratricidal war breaks out and will soon put their family, their lives and their ancestral traditions at stake.