Nov 17: Nuevo Cine Mexicano

Nuevo Cine Mexicano, also referred to as New Mexican Cinema is a Mexican film movement started in the early 1990s. Filmmakers, critics, and scholars consider Nuevo Cine Mexicano as a “rebirth” of Mexican cinema due to the production of higher-quality films, which has led to high international praise as well as box-office success. Many themes addressed in Nuevo Cine Mexicano include the roles of gender, identity, tradition, and socio-political conflicts within Mexico itself.

  • After Lucia
  • Alamar
  • The Amazing Catfish
  • Amores Perros
  • Battle in Heaven
  • Benjamín's Wife
  • Biutiful
  • The Crime of Padre Amaro
  • Cronos
  • Danzón
  • Deep Crimson
  • The Devil's Backbone
  • Duck Season
  • Dust To Dust
  • El Infierno
  • Eréndira the Untamable
  • Expiration Date
  • The Golden Dream
  • Heli
  • Herod's Law
  • Japón
  • Like Water for Chocolate
  • Sólo con tu pareja
  • Midaq Alley
  • Never On A Sunday
  • Nicotina
  • The Other Conquest
  • Post Tenebras Lux
  • Sexo, pudor y lágrimas
  • Silent Light
  • Through the Eyes
  • The Violin
  • Y Tu Mamá También