The untold story of the Argentinian soccer team that won the World Cup in Mexico ‘86, in a documentary series featured here in two juicy –and free!– programs.
The decisive years of the Swedish soccer star who plays forward for the Paris Saint-Germain, from his debut in Malmö to his conflicts in Ajax and his time in Juventus.
Narrated by former cult teen star Fairuza Balk, this collage-film places Hollywood high schools under the microscope, through archive footage from more than 200 American high school movies.
The film features interviews collected throughout 15 years with Latin American musicians and rock stars (Andrés Calamaro, Pappo, Pity Álvarez, and Charly García, among others) who talk about their experiences in a meeting between artists and audiences.
This documentary goes through the story of several women who come across each other in a funny meeting point: the roller derby track, a sport they’re passionate about and invites them to put all their strength on the skates.
In early 2009, Favio gave an interview that remained unreleased and in which he only talked about film. The result was a master class, and this documentary revives it, seeking to shed light on the Argentine filmmaker’s unique gaze.
Up until 50 years ago, running was a sport only permitted to men and restricted to a few events. Morath’s documentary aims to trace throughout history the epic adventure of this phenomenon that has turned into a universal passion.
During a school trip to an amusement park, Toni and her classmate Suvi discover the Heavysaurus, a group of creatures who only care about food and hard rock.
This documentary goes through the northern shore of Peru, Amazonia, and Lima, and explores the historical and sociopolitical aspects of ceviche, a dish from Peru that dates back to pre-Columbian times.
Spike Lee gathers a great amount of archive footage to create this detailed chronicle of an unexplored chapter in the king of pop’s music career: the release of his fifth album in 1979 and his relationship with Quincy Jones.
Two days before Adicta announced its disbanding, the filmmaker crystalized, without knowing it, what would be the band’s last interview.
Before Viagra, there were transplants of goat testicles, men with huge dreams, and an unlikely hero named Dr. John Brinkley, and his weird story is told in this animated documentary.