Screening w/ Filmmaker Q&A
October 8-12, 2020
Cecilia Aldarondo, (Dir), 91 minutes, WNY Premiere, USA
Spanish with English subtitles
A kaleidoscopic portrait of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria that criss-crosses the island to document the resilience of a community abandoned by the mainland and banded together to rebuild. This visually arresting cinematic essay examines the ecological and economic crises of American colonialism through the lense of a devastating natural disaster.
Festivals: Tribeca, Hot Docs
Still from Landfall
Directed by: Cecilia Aldorando
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