La batalla de Chile (The Battle of Chile - Part 1, the Insurrection of the Bourgeoisie)

"The Battle of Chile" is a fresco which shows, step by step, the acts that shook the world. Patricio Guzman, 1975, 96 minutes. Part of Movimientos and Alborada Films documentary screenings afternoon.

La batalla de Chile (The Battle of Chile - Part 1, the Insurrection of
the Bourgeoisie)

Patricio Guzman, 1975, 96 minutes


Synopsis:

Salvador Allende begins a program of profound social and political transformations. From day one, the right organizes a series of wildcat strikes against him, while the White House asphyxiates him economically. In spite of the boycott - in March of 1973 - the parties in support of Allende win 43.4 percent of the vote. The right comes to understand that legal mechanisms will no longer work for them. From then on, their strategy will be the strategy of the military coup. "The Battle of Chile" is a fresco which shows, step by step, these acts that shook the world.

+ Q&A with Oscar Guardiola Rivera - academic and author of new book on the military coup in Chile "Story of a Death Foretold".

Part of Movimientos and Alborada Films documentary screenings afternoon:
El abrazo de rio (The embrace of the River)
Growing Change: A Journey Inside Venezuelas Food Revolution
La Batalla de Chile (The Battle of Chile - part 1)

Further information about the screening afternoon HERE.

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

Price: Free entry to documentaries but donations greatly appreciated.

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

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23 February 2019

Waykiki Boys + Camo Clave + Los Gusanos

Movimientos are back at the Hoot with a tropical feast for the senses! Paris-based band Waykiki Boys will be bringing their unique mix of Peruvian cumbia, electro and surf music to South London fresh off the back of the release of their latest EP. Alongside them, also with newly released tunes, Camo Clave return to Hootananny with their 21st century tropical party, as traditional Latin American rhythms meet modern day electronics. Los Gusanos’ hard-swinging Latin jazz & blues is sure to get the whole room grooving, and of course Movimientos DJs will be on hand to keep the party going before and after with an eclectic mix of Latin and tropical beats!

1 March 2019

Love Carnival with Populous, Dendê Nation, SNO & Papaoul

It’s carnival season and we’re back for the first Love Carnival of 2019, returning to South London’s legendary Bussey Building, bringing more tropical vibes with a very exciting international guest, Italy’s Populous, alongside some live Samba Reggae from Dendê Nation and guest DJs SNO & Papaoul!

8 March 2019

Ms. Nina

A night of female-led perreo, dembow, reggaeton, dancehall and tropical bass with a very special international guest. She’s been dubbed one of the queens of feminist reggaeton… We’re extremely excited to welcome Argentinian multidisciplinary artist Ms. Nina as she brings her explosive neo-perreo sound to Redon!

9 March 2019

Brazil Carnival Special: Big Ben Jorge + Unity Inspiration + Aleh Ferreira + DJ Tigas + DJ Lorioca

Movimientos present a night of Brazilian beats celebrating the almighty carnivals of Brazil, from the Afro-Brazilian blocos of Bahia to the Baile Funk sounds of Rio’s favelas. Big Ben Jorge will be presenting their explosive Samba-Funk music live, alongside Samba-Reggae drum ensemble Unity Inspiration. Keeping things moving before and after DJ Tigas will be on hand with his eclectic mix of beats from MPB to Brazilian Funk, as well as DJ LoRIOca, connecting the dots between London and Rio de Janeiro with some Baile Funk & Brazilian Bass.