The Universidad de la Comunicación (UC), founded in 1976, is the first academic institution in Mexico centered in communication sciences and arts. The Black Canvas – Contemporary Film Festival is one of the best-established projects the UC has developed. The undergraduate program on Cinema Studies at the UC aims to inspire students to conceive and create freely from a personal aesthetic position, mid-way between cinema theories and a professional practice.
Alicia finds herself stuck in a suffocating situation when she finds out she is pregnant. She begins an internal journey to help understand her decisions.
| 15 minutes | 2017
A nun falls in love with the Head Mother of her convent and must face the tension, shame and punishment of her desire.
| 15 minutes | 2019
An alcoholic tramp wakes up in a forest and realizes he has nothing more to drink. Desperate, he looks for a way to get more.
Two fat, balding and self-conscious men decide to try a new treatment for hair growth that becomes their sole purpose of existence.
| 14 minutes | 2018
A woman in need of extra money decides to work in a telephone sex service, re-discovering her own lost eroticism, rebuilding self equilibrium.
| 13 minutes | 2019
The portrait of a woman in the search of water to share with her daughter in a white and lonely desert.
| 8 minutes | 2017
Teenager Javiera starts to question her body through her mother. She will develop an eating disorder that will harm her.
| 10 minutes | 2019
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