Thank you everyone for attending the 15th edition of Cinemaissí!
This year Cinemaissí explored a new way to produce a film festival and you, our lovely audience, showed us that it doesn’t matter how Cinemaissí is organized – the only thing that matters is our mutual love for Latin American film and culture.
Interview with Samuel Kishi and Martha Reyes from the film Los Lobos
Invitation to our festival I have a special invitation to everyone who has something to say and who wants to hear about Latin America: participate in Cinemaissí! From your home, […]
Ancestors Practices and Climate Change: Interview with Director “After seeing the reality that a lot of indigenous communities live, it pushed us to have a compromise to produce this type […]
Danilo Canguçu, Project Coordinator of Doc Archive tells how the project was born from the necessity to rescue memories about previous editions of Cinemaissí. Documenting our history is the best way to make visible what we have done over the years and learn from it. The Doc Archive is also a way to honor some of the people who created Cinemaissí. We hope it can inspire other projects to acknowledge their history, document it and share it.
Cinemaissi always wants to offer our audience the best experience possible. That means great films, positive spirits and looking after each other, especially in a time of a pandemic.
Expert review by activist Aikku Meura about Yo, Imposible (2018, Venezuela).
Artistic Director’s message We present you 10 amazing films that will make you dream, laugh, cry and most importantly, they will give you a food for thought while enjoying some […]
Expert review by the journalist Maija Salmi about the festival’s opening film, Los Lobos (2019, Mexico).
Expert review by the Finnish rapper Paleface about Piola (2019, Chile).