A fundraiser for the people of Juchitan with a performance by Zapotec Singer Martha Toledo!

“Riveting!– San Francisco Chronicle

“Very cool movie!” – John Sayles, Director

“Gosling and Osborne…bring great enthusiasm to their subject…It’s easy to be seduced by this film’s warm-hearted…vision.” – The New York Times

Blossoms of Fire is a dazzling, whirling dance of a film that celebrates the extraordinary lives of the Isthmus Zapotecs of southern Oaxaca, Mexico, whose strong work ethic and fierce independent streak rooted in their culture, have resulted not only in powerful women but also in the region’s progressive politics and their acceptance of alternative gender roles.

The screening benefits the community portrayed in the film, now recovering from the devastating Mexican earthquakes and aftershocks of September 2017.

WITH: REPORT FROM A SHAKEN TOWN: 12 min. 2018. Gosling and Mo Morris visit the community filmed in BLOSSOMS OF FIRE to witness their stories and their impressive response of mutual support in the long haul of recovery from the devastating quakes and aftershocks.

Written and Directed by Maureen Gosling. 2000. 75min. Digital HD.

NOTE FILMS START RIGHT AT THE LISTED SHOWTIME. Roxie Theater trailers play during the 30 minutes prior to showtime




BLOSSOMS OF FIRE: Upcoming Showtimes