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HBO Ibero-American Feature Film Award

Director Diana Cardozo will be in attendance at the first In-Theater screening to participate in a post-screening Q&A.

In this visually stunning, emotionally expansive drama, director Diana Cardozo and cinematographer Martín Boege collaborate to provide us a view of a modern Mexico childhood tinged with the threat of ever-present danger. In a rural town, seven-year-old Luis is in awe of his swaggering father, who amorally loots his neighbors’ home just moments after they’ve been killed in broad daylight by a gangland execution. When his father decides to sell-off his stolen prize to a town on the other side of the mountain, Luis accompanies him on an unforgettable journey, where self-discovery and unwelcome lessons in humility will unfold in merciless precision.

Cardozo’s original approach to exploring the toxic masculinity of this world is astonishing. Her piercing female gaze shows us a new approach to representing Mexico’s violence on screen, implicating and questioning our natural fascination with corrupt human behavior.


Diana Cardozo is a Mexican filmmaker. After a career as a journalist, she turned to writing and directing for film, making documentaries and short films. Estación Catorce is her third feature film.

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  • Runtime
    88 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Mexico, Uruguay
  • Premiere
    International Premiere
  • Director
    Diana Cardozo
  • Screenwriter
    Diana Cardozo
  • Producer
    Martín Boege
  • Cast
    Gael Vázquez Arriaga, José Antonio Becerril
  • Cinematographer
    Martín Boege
  • Editor
    Mariana Rodriguez
  • Music
    Alejandro Castaños