List of Costa Rican Films

A list of films produced in Costa Rica in alphabetical order.

  • Alsino and the Condor (1982)
  • Asesinato en el Meneo (2001)
  • Bonne année (2006)
  • Brinca brinca la cuerdita (1995)
  • C'est comme ça (2005)
  • Calera, La (1998)
  • El Camino (2007)
  • Caribe (2004)
  • Cielo Rojo (2008)
  • Costa Rica, S.A. (2006) (TV)
  • Doble llave y cadena (2005)
  • En el nombre del pueblo (2000)
  • Eulalia (1987)
  • Gestación (2009)
  • Et Hjørne af paradis (1997)
  • La Insurrección (1980)
  • It's a Jungle Out There... An Independent Film in Costa Rica (2004) (TV)
  • El Loco, Cacharro y su capitán (2002)
  • Marasmo (2003)
  • Mon amour (2006)
  • Morirás con el sol (Motociclistas suicidas) (1973)
  • Mujeres apasionadas (2003)
  • NICA/raguense (2005)
  • Nicaragua: Free Homeland or Death? (1978)
  • Nuestro pan de cada día (2001)
  • Paso a paso: A sentimental journey (2006)
  • Password: Una mirada en la oscuridad (2002)
  • El Pecas (2004)
  • La Pension (1999)
  • El Retorno (1930)
  • Saber quién echó fuego ahí (2005)
  • El Sanatorio (2010)
  • La Segua (1984)
  • Síncope (2003)
  • Tropix (2002)
  • World Sex Tour 12: Costa Rica (1997)
  • We Are Angels (1996)

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