Running from April 25 to 27, this film fest includes 12 feature-length films and shorts from Latin America and the U.S.
The Penn Museum hosts a rare screening of a film about what happened after an indigenous tribe of Brazil first met the outside world, through the eyes of the Ikpeng people themselves.
Some urban neighborhoods under pressure from the forces of gentrification document their battles through documentaries. Filmmaker Kathryn Smith Pyle singles out some worth your consideration.
In showings and a discussion hosted by Scribe Video Center and International House, Raoul Peck dives into the creative process of essay film-making.
The unflinching eye of a Haitian filmmaker examines the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake and the legacy of colonialism. Plus, a conversation with Scribe Video Center director Louis Massiah.
'Shored Up,' a documentary about rising sea levels directed by Philadelphia filmmaker Ben Kalina, wins the Hilton Worldwide award at the Sundance Film Festival.