Paul Rice and his partner Liam travelled across Russia on the Trans-Siberian railway, making contact with LGBTQ+ groups along the route. Despite his lack of film-making experience, and their need to appear as innocent tourists, they achieved a remarkable document: “A worm in the heart”, which reveals the extent of repression in Russia today.
Throughout its history, the United States has intervened in the Southern Cone countries —directly and indirectly, armed or unarmed— to change governments and ensure its own objectives are prioritised. This ever-current topic will be on the table on 4th March. Natacha Andueza Bosch Indeed, according to an […]
This is the story of one Haitian immigrant based in reality. It is also a metaphor for the exploitation that is a way of life in Chile, entrenched in government attitudes. Reform requires replacing a Constitution that was written during the Pinochet dictatorship, with a democratic one.
Cuban director Jorge Luis Sánchez had to wait more than twenty years to create his film about the poet Julián del Casal and premiere it at a film festival. Daniela Obrador The film “Buscando a Casal” (Finding Casal) was on the brink of production in 2007, but it wasn’t […]
Recreation is part of the day to day of war, especially when it is boys and girls who are there in the line of fire. A group of teenagers in the face of a military conflict. Santiago Zapata is the producer of “Monos”, film selected as a candidate to represent […]