Maria Auxiliadora Lara Barcelos was a Brazilian revolutionary, who, like Dilma Roussef was tortured during the dictatorship. She continued her activism in Chile, and committed suicide in Berlin. It explores her inner life in exile through the letters she wrote to her family, texts and archive footage, as a way of saying: Never again!
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What is it like for a Latino man with few resources to look for a new life in a different continent? Even a common language plays tricks. And when things are hard, do you stop calling your family? These are the issues in this new film between fiction and documentary.
January in Ecuador began with two events in the space of a week that shook the nation. The gang rape of Martha in a Quito bar, and the murder of Diana, stabbed to death by her ex-partner, originally from Venezuela. The latter triggered a number of xenophobic acts by local […]