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Short Docs 2

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In this program

Faith In The Blackness: An Exploration of Afrolatine Spirituality

Directed by Charles Reynoso

“How can the creator of the universe be smaller than me?” Black Latine people around the world practice a myriad of faith traditions. This short-form documentary explores the dynamic identities of these AfroLatine people and their journey for a home– a faith in Blackness.

My Puerto Rico: The Coffee

Directed by Pedro De León

Chef Manolo López sits down with three coffee makers from Puerto Rico to discuss the history, current climate and challenges they face to keep the local coffee tradition alive.

Strawberry Picker

Directed by Eugenia Renteria

From a little boy growing up in labor camps to a world-class artist, this film takes a look at generations of struggle and resilience in the Chicano Art Community through the experiences of Juan R. Fuentes.

La Cosecha

Directed by Samuel Díaz Fernández

As one of many residents who lack access to fresh food in Austin, Texas, Guatemalan expat Nolvia
Castillo takes the driver’s seat and distributes vegetables to her neighbors. When filmmaker Ai Vuong
rides along, they speak the language of immigrants: memories of food.


Directed by Gabriel Páez

84-year-old Maura is the guardian of a very particular tradition in danger of extinction. She is a singer of amorfinos, verses full of humor that will disappear forever with her departure.

Dates & Times


Regal Union Square

Sat, Sep 23
1:15 pm