1. Clean Hands – Shot over the course of seven years (2011-2018) in Nicaragua, Clean Hands is a feature-length fly-on-the-wall cinéma vérité which tells the remarkable, riveting story of the Lopez family surviving against the backdrop of Central America’s largest gar
bage dump, La Chureca and beyond. It is about family, extreme poverty, the hope and innocence of children, rescue and salvation, and the challenges we all face. This is a slice of life that is rarely seen
2. Lupe – Lupe follows a Cuban immigrant struggling with their transgender identity while searching for their missing sister in New York City’s underground sex industry.
3. Bring me an Avocado – When a violent encounter leaves Robin in a coma, her family struggles to maintain a life while managing their grief.