Alborada Films and Movimientos present: A day of documentaries and discussion on Latin America

DATE:
19 October 2013

LOCATION:
Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA

Alborada Films and Movimientos present: A day of documentaries and discussion on Latin America

Saturday, 19 October midday - 8pm ~ Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA

Price: Free entry to documentaries but donations greatly appreciated.


Alborada Films & Movimientos present:

A day of documentaries and discussion on Latin America over 2 floors

We will be hosting a whole day of film screenings at Passing Clouds with our good friends from Alborada films. The venue has always been a hub for social awareness film screenings so we’re excited to present three films touching on subjects like food sovereignty in Venezuela, the reality of the Colombian countryside, and the 1973 military coup in Chile.

Downstairs: Check out the goodies on the Alborada Films and Movimientos stalls

Upstairs:

12.30-2pm:
The Embrace of the River (Los Abrazos Del Rio)
Nicolas Rincon Gille, 2010, 73 minutes

A beautiful and haunting documentary about life on the Magdelena, the largest river in Colombia.
London premiere of this documentary!

2-2.30pm: break

2.30-4pm:
Growing Change: A Journey Inside Venezuela’s Food Revolution
Simon Cunich, 2011, 60 minutes

+ Hannah Griffiths, head of campaigns at the World Development Movement (WDM), will talk about WDM’s work on food sovereignty

4-4.30pm: break

4.30-6.30pm:
The Battle of Chile (Part 1)
"The major political film of our times - a magnificent achievement." – Tom Allen, Village Voice
Patricio Guzman, 1975, 96 minutes

+ Following the screening, Maria Vasquez-Aguilar, chair of the London section of the Chile 40 Years On network and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, author of the new book 'Story of a Death Foretold: The Coup against Salvador Allende, 11 September 1973' will talk about some of the issues covered in the film.?



Delicious Vegetarian Chilean Empanadas and hot and cold drinks will be available on the day

Price: Free entry to documentaries but donations greatly appreciated.

The event will be followed by a great Movimientos fiesta with live music: Family Atlantica and Dandaluz !
http://www.movimientos.org.uk/Movimientos-Passing-Clouds-Family-Atlantica

 

Saturday, 19 October midday - 8pm ~ Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA

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