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Director - Chris Valdes, Ted Griswold
Run Time - 70 minutes
Language - Spanish w/ English subtitles
Format - DVD / Digital streaming
Year - 2017
Genre - Documentary

Educational Interests- Conflict Resolution, Criminal Justice, Cultural Studies, Human Rights, Latin America, Law & Legal Studies, Music, New Releases, Performance

Institutional DVD Price: $195

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Olancho is the story of the most lawless province in Honduras, the most murderous country in the world. It is the story of a group of musicians who perform for the powerful drug cartels there. Their songs glorify the traffickers who have destroyed their country, and who sometimes threaten the lives of their loved ones. But in a world where the cartels wield the most power, do the musicians have any other choice?

  • LOLA Award: Philadelphia Latino Film Festival. U.S. (2017)
  • Best Feature Award: Nevada City Film Festival. U.S. (2017)
  • Special Jury Prize: New Orleans Film Festival. U.S. (2017)
  • Best Cinematography Award: Tulsa American Film Festival. U.S. (2018)
Select International & North American festivals:
  • Viennale International Film Festival. Austria (2017)
  • Docs MX. Mexico (2017)
  • Costa Rica International Film Festival (2017)
  • International Film Festival Rotterdam. Holland (2017)
  • Big Sky International Documentary Film Festival. U.S. (2017)
  • Chicago Latino Film Festival. U.S. (2017)
  • Brooklyn Film Festival. U.S (2017)
  • Margaret Mead Film Festival. U.S (2017)
  • Orlando Latino Film Festival. U.S. (2017)