The year is 1805, the city of Nuestra Señora de La Paz lives in fear of an invasion from the indigenous population,
Amy Hesketh takes the director’s chair for the third time to direct Jac Avila and Mila Joya in her new film Le
A co-production of Pachamama Films and Decadent Cinema. Based on the children’s story “La barbe bleue” (1697) written by Charles Perrault. Barbazul,
Maleficarum is the story of Francisca, a wealthy orphan and Mariana, her widowed protestant friend, who live surrounded by a town in
Mila is captured and bound by a man in the desert who torments her until she can take no more.
With the release of this boldly offbeat study in a failing relationship in 2005, Pachamama Films announced themselves on the World Stage.
“What is most significant about this remarkable film from 2010 is how completely director Amy Hesketh absorbs and makes cinematic conventions her
Agent X Agent X plans to meet her contact in an abandoned house. What she doesn’t know is that she’s been double-crossed.
The Via Crucis of Camille JJ and Camille intensify their passion play in this 8th chapter of the Via Crucis, The Hostage
The long awaited Via Crucis of Camille is here! Crux 1 – The Princess and Crux 2 – The Thief in one