Elvira, I’d Give You My Life But I’m Using It

Elvira’s husband went to buy a pack of cigarettes – and never came back. The 40-year-old mother of two young children frantically hunts for clues. Erratically taking things into her own hands, Elvira turns into an amateur sleuth on a relentless and hysterical quest to discover what happened. As Elvira begins to unravel secrets about the husband she thought she knew, her own repressed identity begins to unravel before her. [Synopsis courtesy of LA Film Festival]

Get Married if You Can

“Get married if you can”, is a romantic comedy placed in Mexico City and in the Quintana Roo jungles. The story tells about two sisters with completely different goals in life: one of them wants to get married, and the other wants to succeed in her professional career; but life will take them to completely unknown and new paths. Ana Paula (Martha Higareda) is about to get married when she finds out her fiancé is cheating on her with her own cousin. That night, after many shots of tequila, Ana Paula ends up falling asleep in the back of a truck owned by a worker who that same night goes back to his hometown, a small village in Quintana Roo.


The untold story of Mexico’s greatest and most beloved comedy film star of all time. From his humble origins on the small stage to the bright lights of Hollywood, Cantinflas became famous around the world – one joke at a time.

Nosotros Los Nobles

Tells the “riches to rags” story of the Nobles, three upper-class twenty-somethings that appear to have no limits to their checkbooks, and no direction in their lives. Until one day, their father tries to teach them a lesson by staging a financial scandal that forces the whole family to escape to an old house in the poor side of town, and leads the “kids” to do what they haven’t done before: get jobs.