THE FOURTH KINGDOM: the kingdom of plastics
Subjects & Collections
Festivals & Awards
DOC NYC - Winner's Circle Official Selection
DOCUMENTA MADRID – Best National Feature Documentary Award
ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL – Best Feature Documentary Award
KRAKOW FILM FESTIVAL – Silver Horn Award & FIPRESCI Award
AMSTERDAM FILM FESTIVAL – Van Gogh Award
BIG SKY DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL – Official Competition
BOSTON LATINO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL – Official Competition
Further ReadingThe New York Times: A ‘Street Nun’ Who Specializes in Redemption - Ana Martinez de Luco, a nun, helped to form the “Sure We Can” redemption center in Brooklyn.
I'M LEAVING NOW (YA ME VOY)
Felipe, an undocumented Mexican immigrant in Brooklyn, struggles with whether to return home to Mexico, to the wife and children he no longer really knows.
A singular appreciation of waste processing " graceful, mesmeric, almost balletic " Single Stream plunges viewers into the steady flow of a materials recycling facility where hundreds of tons of refuse are sorted each day. Yet another revelatory documentary from Harvard"s Sensory Ethnography Lab Single Stream locates the beauty, efficiency and futurism of an industry built on our culture of excess.
EN EL SEPTIMO DIA (On The Seventh Day)
A fiction feature about a group of undocumented immigrants from Puebla, Mexico who live in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. En el Séptimo Día (On the Seventh Day) is both timely for our current immigration debate and an exciting enjoyable film to watch.