Music: Roe Family Singers + Charlie Parr; DJ Bill DeVille
“Charlie Parr is one of the greatest musicians and human beings I know.… He has brought wonder and excitement to this music.” —Alan Sparhawk (Low)
Kick off your shoes for this old-time jubilee in the summer sun. The Roe Family Singers unpack their saws, jugs, and banjos and dip into a refreshing distillation of traditional folk and country. Legend-in-the-making Charlie Parr then takes the stage with his “pulse-quickening, riveting Americana rooted in Depression-era folk” (Sunday Herald Sun, Australia). The set ends with a rollicking all-player jamboree.
Directed by Israel Cárdenas and Laura Ameilia Guzmán
Evaristo and Tony, brothers from the Sierra Tarahumara in northwest Mexico, have just completed elementary school and start their summer vacation. A stolen horse and a trip to their grandfather’s village on the other side of the canyon soon lead them on a journey into unexpected worlds. Cochochi premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2007 and won numerous festival awards around the world. 2007, video, in Spanish with English subtitles, 87 minutes.