Featured Films

15 September 2019

Inspired by the poem “I Am Joaquin” by Chicano poet Corky Gonzales, this unique film "I AM CHEO" tells the story of a young boy named Cheo who, from the sights and smells of his abuela’s kitchen, takes a sweeping cinematic journey across the lands that are both his history and his future.


14 September 2018

Land, Water y Comunidad explores the relationship Latinos across the nation have with Land and Water Conservation Fund sites – what it means to them, how they enjoy them and the impact it would have if these lands weren’t available.


28 January 2017

The Colorado River is the backbone of the West. The film Milk & Honey explores the intriguing relationship between the Latino community in Yuma, Arizona and this important waterway.


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