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The Daytrippers

Directed by Greg Mottola

Howard Zinn: You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train

Directed by Deb Ellis

and Denis Mueller

Harvest of Redemption

(Malas Fronteras)

Bossa Nova

Directed by Bruno Barreto


Directed by Yuri Makino


Directed by Derek Velez Partridge

Seeking Solace

Directed by Derek Velez Partridge

“Best Foreign Feature Drama” 
 International Family Film Festival 2007
“On the shortlist for a
2005 Oscar Nomination”
“Grand Jury Prize”
Slamdance Film Festival 1996

Viva La Vida!

Directed by Susana Tubert

Nolan’s Run

Directed by Charles Hamilton

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A play featuring Mercedes Ruehl as Frida Kahlo
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“IFC Premiere NYC” June 11th, 2009

“On P.O.V.  PBS”
July 15th, 2008

The Last Conquistador

Directed by John J. Valadez

and Cristina Ibarra


Directed by Paul Devlin, creator of Power Trip and SlamNation

Antonia Pantoja ¡Presente!

Directed by Lillian Jiménez for

The Latino Educational Media Center

Produced by The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC
“A haunting interior soundtrack of lovers' insecurity!”
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The Dog in the Manger

Music for a play by Baroque playwright Lope de Vega

Directed by Jonathan Munby

“Martinez's score follows the camera and the sweeping landscapes of earth, sky and human emotion with absolute precision and magic.”

Can’t Lose

Directed and written by Yaara Sumeruk 2009

Direct TV

Film Challenge


Wired Doll

Directed by Derek Velez Partridge

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Directed by Rolando Sanchez

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The Miracle of Spanish Harlem

Vista Clara Productions

Take the Bridge

Directed by

Sergio M. Castilla

“Tribeca Film Festival”
Spotlight Feature 2007
“NYILFF Domestic Feature” Heineken Red Star Award

Nominated for an EMMY in 2011

The Longoria Affair


Passionate Politics

From The Ground Up


911 Film Memorial

The Undocumented


Raquel: A Marked Woman


Sense The Wind


Peace Has No Borders

The Head of Joaquin Murrieta

Directed by John J. Valadez

Directed by Betty Bastidas
First Daughter and the Black Snake

Directed by Keri Pickett

Native American activist and former Green Party VP with Ralph Nader, Winona LaDuke, focuses on Enbridge’s fracked oil, it’s dangers and how the shale oil boom is adversely affecting Indian Country.

DreamTown is an underdog story about how soccer has transformed an Afro-Ecuadorian community in El Chota Valley, a place that has literally been off the map for hundreds of years.

For over a decade filmmaker John J. Valadez searched for the remains of Joaquin Murrieta, a legendary Mexican outlaw who blazed a trial of revenge and rebellion following the theft of his land, and the rape and murder of his wife.

A feature-length documentary about a group of U.S. Iraq and Afghan War resisters seeking refuge in an increasingly conservative Canada. Caught between two countries, they fight their battle to win the right to stay in Canada.

Blind sailors race across open water learning not to fear what they cannot see, on boats or on land. Life turns unpredictable as the wind when one of them gains something far more valuable than a trophy and must learn to live and to sail with a new sensibility.

Raquel's story is from another time, but resonates today. A mother, she was torn from her children and tricked into prostitution. In the early 20th century, thousands of Eastern European Jewish women were lured to Argentina and forced into prostitution. Others gave up. Not Raquel.

Every day U.S. Border Patrol agents patrol the Sonoran Desert along the Arizona-Mexico border. Their job is to apprehend undocumented border crossers, provide first aid to the injured, and locate the remains of dead migrants.

"The brave are those who see imminent danger and then still walk into it."

This documentary tells the story of Charlotte’s life, from idealistic young civil rights organizer to lesbian activist, to internationally-recognized leader of a campaign to put women's rights, front and center, on the global human rights agenda.

Sixty years ago in Three Rivers, Texas the only funeral home in town refused to hold a wake for Felix Longoria, a decorated Mexican American soldier killed in battle during World War II. 

The owner told Longoria’s widow he couldn’t be waked in the funeral home because  “The whites wouldn’t like it”.

This family friendly movie is about love, faith and redemption and while its subject matter is cloaked

in Christmas spirit, its message is universal.