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Mariano Bartolomeu: pointing a camera in many directions August 31, 2014 23:55

Mariano Bartolomeu: pointing a camera in many directions

Between 1989 and 2008 he made a large number of short films influenced by European directors and European and North American writers. Now he [...]
 
London Spanish Film Festival celebrates its 10th year August 23, 2014 23:57

London Spanish Film Festival celebrates its 10th year

The 10th edition of the festival will take place from the 25th of September to the 5th of October, bringing together Spanish and Catalan [...]
 
Carpe Diem August 23, 2014 17:39

Carpe Diem

(…) My wife has proposed a family suicide / both of us and our two daughters / when the mushroom cloud arrives (…) Affonso [...]
 
 
Diego Quemada-Díez: “The happy end is a manipulation” August 9, 2014 16:57

Diego Quemada-Díez: “The happy end is a manipulation”

The journey of three teenagers riding “the Beast”, the train that leads to the desired future in the United States, is full of risks [...]
 
Marc Silver tells the horror of immigrants risking their lives August 9, 2014 16:57

Marc Silver tells the horror of immigrants risking their lives

He directed  “Who Is Dayani Cristal?”, a documentary which recently premiered in the UK and recounts the dangers faced by immigrants travelling from Mexico [...]
 
Documentary captures the presidency of Hugo Chávez July 27, 2014 00:01

Documentary captures the presidency of Hugo Chávez

On 29th July, the East London Venezuela Solidarity Campaign will be screening a short film entitled “Chávez”, in partnership with the coordinator of the [...]
 
 
The real drama is in the ‘corridor of death’ July 21, 2014 00:01

The real drama is in the ‘corridor of death’

The documentary film ‘Who is Dayani Cristal’ will premiere in British cinemas on July 25th, the story of a migrant whose body was found [...]
 
“Angola year Zero”: the Wild West of Africa & its identity July 20, 2014 00:55

“Angola year Zero”: the Wild West of Africa & its identity

Huge changes have taken place in both Cuba and Angola especially since the collapse of the USSR in 1991. In both countries the sudden [...]
 
A debate: the new and the classic of Zed Books July 19, 2014 22:36

A debate: the new and the classic of Zed Books

This publishing house will inaugurate their first “Open House” event on the 17th of July. It will allow people to find new books and [...]
 
 
“City of God”… 10 years later June 1, 2014 00:04

“City of God”… 10 years later

This film returns to the actors in the film that achieved world-wide recognition to see what has happened to them since. Were their lives [...]
 
Bernard Attal: “The invisible collection” May 24, 2014 22:19

Bernard Attal: “The invisible collection”

The film was shown at the 6th Brazilian Film Festival in London this month, after winning prizes in Brazil, Colombia, France, Portugal and the [...]
 
Onibus 174, or human rights in Latin America May 18, 2014 00:03

Onibus 174, or human rights in Latin America

This is the name of the film directed by José Padilha and co-directed by Felipe Lacerda, which will be screened on 22 May in [...]
 
 
“Tattoo”, a mark of life, love and transformation May 17, 2014 22:55

“Tattoo”, a mark of life, love and transformation

This film was shown at the Brazilian Film Festival in London last week. It is set in the poor Northeast of Brazil in 1978, [...]
 
One World Media Awards: an appreciation May 11, 2014 00:00

One World Media Awards: an appreciation

May 6th’s ceremony showed that the spirit of openness and truth is alive and well in some of the media, especially those which take [...]
 
‘Salma’, a woman’s journey to freedom May 4, 2014 01:53

‘Salma’, a woman’s journey to freedom

This film has been selected as a finalist in the One World Media Awards in London on May 6th. It tells the story of [...]
 
 
 

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