Film: Zonazine documental, Una corriente salvaje
May 28, 2021
12 pm (MST)
Available for 48 hours
Instituto Cervantes Vimeo Channel HERE
Una corriente salvaje, Nuria Ibañez’ third feature film, explores the daily lives and the burgeoning relationship of two men who have chosen to live on an isolated beach in Baja California, Mexico, leaving their separate pasts behind, living off the grid, and fishing to survive. Alone with only the sand and water for company, Omar and Chilo become unlikely friends as they harvest food from the ocean, share meals together, and talk late into the night in this “delightfully intimate and beautifully realized portrait of male companionship.”
Mexico; 2018; Spanish with English subtitles; 72 minutes; not rated.
Free community event
During May, in collaboration with Spain’s Festival de Málaga, established in 1998 to promote Spanish cinema and celebrating its 24th anniversary next month, Instituto Cervantes presents four documentaries that were screened at the festival in 2019. The series “Zonazine documental,” whose name is taken from one of the components of this festival, has been an integral part of Instituto Cervantes’ programming since 2014, sharing the best work of contemporary Spanish and Latin American documentary filmmakers.
Zonazine documental Film Schedule:
May 7: El cuarto reino: El reino de los plásticos (Adán Aliago & Álex Lora, 2019)
May 14: Para la guerra (Francisco Marise, 2018)
May 21: Baracoa (Pablo Briones, Sean Clark & Jace Freeman, 2019)
May 28: Una corriente salvaje (Nuria Ibañez, 2018)