Category: Spanish Film Festival 2013

Review – Clandestine Childhood

Clandestine Childhood offers a unique perspective on a dark period of Argentine history, but keeps a small focus to prevent those elements from overwhelming the narrative. It’s a good movie, all round, and if it hasn’t made much of a splash since its release its still well worth taking a look at.

Review – Operation E

The filmmaker achieves much with what would be a very small budget, which only limits a few scenes in their scope. The film provides a wonderful snap shot into many different parts of Columbian life, contrasting the hardships of the jungle with the various forms of city life.