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[24 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Cinema Libre nabs Oliver Stone’s doc “South of the Border”

North American rights for Oliver Stone’s Latin American documentary “South of the Border” have been acquired by Cinema Libre Studio, it was announced today. The documentary, which had its world premiere in September 2009 at the Venice Film Festival, will be released in 10 major US cities starting in New York on June 25th.
“Border” chronicles Stone’s travels to South America in the winter of 2009, spotlighting the rise to power of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and other South American leaders responsible for sweeping changes in the region. The film features …

Featured, Media Coverage, The End of Poverty? »

[22 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
The End of Poverty? Producer Cliff Cobb on Sacrmento & Co.

Producer Cliff Cobb is featured on Sacramento & Co. :
Cliff Cobb joins us to share about his feature-length documentary “The End of Poverty?” which won critical acclaim at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. The film will be opening at the Crest Theatre in Sacramento starting March 19th.
Watch the video here: http://www.news10.net/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=77278

Cinema Libre Studio, Distribution, Featured, News & Updates, On DVD, Rebuilding Hope, Small Voices, The End of Poverty? »

[22 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Announcing Cinema Libre Studio’s Educational Program

Cinema Libre Studio is thrilled to introduce our re-vamped program. Cinema Libre is the leading distributor of a wide array of critically acclaimed independent, social issue, and political documentary films. We are proud to offer institutions and organizations the educational versionsof the following films (with more to come): The End of Poverty?, Fuel, Small Voices, Rebuilding Hope, and A River of Waste.

Featured, El Súperstar, News & Updates »

[17 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
El Súperstar: The Unlikely Rise of Juan Francés

At age 33, in his “Jesus Year,” Juan Francés, is a gardener, valet-parker, short-order cook, nanny and janitor by day, but has been blessed by the Virgin of Guadalupe with the talent to sing like the angels. He takes his ranchero act from the small, half-empty soccer bars in East L.A., to a larger music festival audience where he is discovered and quickly swept into Mexican pop stardom.

Coming June 11th!