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Dir. Miguel Ángel Lamata
(Spain, 98 min., 2019, Spanish w/ English subtitles, Soccer / Comedy)
A fun and lively adaptation of the popular Spanish children’s book series “Los Futbolísimos” by Roberto Santiago. Francisco and his closest friends play on a soccer team that has reached its lowest point. They have to win one of the next three games to keep the school from cutting their team altogether. A series of strange events take place in the first two games. Coincidence? Conspiracy? Francisco and his friends decide to create Los futbolísimos, an investigative team that will get them into all kinds of adventures, in which their ingenuity and their friendships are put to a test. Para la familia Films Showcase.
Dir. Daniel Rehder
(Peru, 93 min., 2019, Spanish w/ English subtitles, Coming-of-age)
A coming-of-age story about family, first love, and restoring self-esteem Guillermo, a pre-adolescent introvert travels to the Peruvian desert for a family vacation at the wonderful Hotel Paraíso. Upon arrival, Guillermo recognizes some familiar faces from school. In a competition for love, Guillermo must learn how to confront his insecurities and undergo a series of competitive challenges in order to win the weekends real prize: Andreas heart. Para la familia Films Showcase.
We Are the Radical Monarchs
Dir. Linda Goldstein Knowlton
(United States, 97 min., 2019, English, Youth Activism)Set in Oakland, a city with a deep history of social justice movements, We Are the Radical Monarchs documents the Radical Monarchs – an alternative to the Scout movement for girls of color, aged 8-13. Its members earn badges for completing units on social justice including being an LGBTQ ally, the environment and disability justice. The feature documentary follows the first troop of Radical Monarchs for over three years until they graduate and document the Co-founders struggle to respond to the needs of communities across the U.S. and grow the organization after the viral explosion of interest in the troop’s mission to create and inspire a new generation of social justice activists. Para la familia Films Showcase.
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