By Renee Scolaro Rathke
I first saw Gregory Nava's intensely beautiful and painful El Norte when I was sixteen or so. My mother's sister had a copy of the film and she made the entire family watch it, one by one.
The Feelies: In Between
Call Super: Fabric 92
La Nausée in the Spanish Empire: Antonio Di Benedetto's 'Zama'
Fabiano Do Nascimento: Tempo Dos Mestres
Earthen Sea: An Act of Love
The "Good Old Days" of TV Are Happening Right Now
Crystal Fairy: Crystal Fairy
'Land of Mine' Explores the Intolerable Costs of Nationalistic Vengeance
"In a world of hitmen, snitches, mobsters, murderers, terrorists, rapists, rioters, bombers, thieves, and serial killers, your greatest enemy is your boss.