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!
His film Para la Guerra (To War), happened after a chance meeting in Cuba, with a veteran of the liberation war in Angola. Appearing crazy to many people he showed himself a fighter in the soul… his traumas expressed through his body. And still a committed revolutionary.
The film industry of the Caribbean country represents an alternative model of cinema. The struggle and achievements of the Cuban community in building socialism will be presented this November in a revolutionary film festival. The Cuban film tradition is revolutionary both in its content and practices. In March 1959, […]
The two-time BAFTA Scotland nominated film about the impact of Scottish factory workers against the Chilean dictatorship will be screened this Monday in London. Marcella Via Extra-juridical executions, systemic torture and forced disappearance are only some of the many human rights abuses that the political opponents of Augusto […]
Breaking with the patriarchal perspective, a film festival on insurgency that will see women as the protagonists will take place on 23 September in London. Marcella Via One of the main collateral damages of neoliberalism is the veneration of the individual. Neoliberalism tells people that anyone, but not […]