Music For Film

Alambrista

Origianl music for the film soundtrack for Robert Young's film, Alambrista that rtaces the journey of a Mexican migrant worker though California in the 1960's. With Jose "Dr. Loco" Cuellar, Francisco Herrera and Tomas Montoya | Find out more

La Mission

"Why Do I Wait for You" (La Mission Soundtrack) - Low and Slow. Music from and inspired by the film "La Mission" by Peter and Benjamin Bratt. New low rider classics that brought me back to my Mission High school roots. Soulful voices of Bryan Dyer, Michelle Jacques, Orlando Torriente and Francisco Herrera.  | Find out more

Cuba's LGBT Revolution

Mariela Castro's March: Cuba's LGBT Revolution - HBO | Find out more

I Ride

The Fryed Brothers Featuring Willie Nelson - Music from Daren Kerr's film featuring Willie Nelson. "The most gangerous band in America". Biker rock, Cali style. | Find out more

 
 
Frontera!

"Frontera! Revolt and Rebellion on the Río Grande" - This documentary animation traces the seminal events and colonial entradas that has shaped the deeply contested territories of the US-Mexico borderlands. | Find out more

Will The Real Terrorist Please Stand Up

Will The Real Terrorist Please Stand Up chronicles half a century of hostile US-Cuba relations by telling the story of the Cuban five, intelligence agents sent to penetrate Cuban exile terrorist roups in Miami and now serving long prison sentences. | Find out more

Yank Tanks

Yanks Tanks is a first look at the phenomenon of classic American cars in Cuba. | Find out more

Ripe For Change

Ripe for Change chronicles the intersection of food and politics in California over the last 30 years. | Find out more

We Don't Play Golf Here
Que Viva La Lucha
The Unique Ladies
Hemingway and Gelhorn
Four Days In Chicago
Who Needs Sleep?
Ghost Town To Havana

Ghost Town to Havana is a heartbreaking, funny, and inspirational story about mentorship, life, love, murder, kids, and baseball in Oakland and Havana today. | Find out more

The Bus Rider's Union

The soundtrack to Haskell Wexler's film about the Los Angeles upstart Bus Rider's Union. Features Manny Martinez and Omar Sosa in the most unlikey role. | Find out more

The Other Barrio
Amadito Valdes

"Amado Amadito" (Amado Amadito) | Find out more

Crimebuster: A Son's Search for His Father
Maquila: A Tale of Two Mexicos
Five Days In March
Cause For Murder
Playing With Fire