Tu Me Manques
Following the death of his son, Jorge (Oscar Martinez) travels from conservative Bolivia to New York City in an effort to confront Sebastian (Fernando Barbosa), his son's boyfriend. While Jorge struggles to accept his son's out and proud lifestyle, Sebastian channels his grief into a bold stage production, honoring his lost love. A powerful LGBTQ drama about being one's true self and finding acceptance, Tu Me Manques was the Official Selection from Bolivia for the Academy Awards - a landmark achievement for a country with a notorious reputation for homophobia. The New York Times called the film "a moving and intellectually rewarding testament to queer life and loss."