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Bastards y Diablos

Ed and Dion are half-Colombian half-brothers who were raised in the U.S. estranged from their father, their roots and each other. After their father’s death they reunite and travel together to Bogotá to fulfill the wishes in their father’s will, only to find a mysterious set of instructions sending them on an unexpected journey all over Colombia. Leading them on this quest is their enigmatic father’s spirit, linking his own formative journeys as a young man with his sons’ present day adventures. Amid the mystical splendor of Colombia’s panorama, Ed and Dion experience a brotherhood and sibling rivalry they missed out on growing up. [Synopsis courtesy of LA Film Festival]

Rubber Soul

In December 1970, John Lennon and Yoko Ono were interviewed by Rolling Stone’s Jann S. Wenner prior to the release of their “Plastic Ono Band” albums. Ten years later, in September 1980, the couple granted their first in-depth interview in five years to Playboy while they were in the process of recording “Double Fantasy”. “Rubber Soul” reconstructs portions of these two historical interviews based on available transcripts and audio, juxtaposing them in order to explore the dynamic nature of Lennon’s identity over time. [Synopsis courtesy of SXSW]