British sisters Georgia and Sophia Scott premiered their documentary in London, depicting through four stories how the million and a half Syrian refugees live in this border country. Without the sensationalism by large news chains which we have grown used to, the lives of the displaced people appear as we have never seen before.
She talks about her documentary ‘500 years’, which tells the story of the recent milestones passed by this Latin American country, small in area, but large in convictions. Interest in collective empowerment and indigenous resistance distinguish her work. On this occasion, she was accompanied by the Mayan activist Andrea Ixchíu.
An Pakistani athlete who dressed as a boy for the first 16 years of her life to not be discovered by the Taliban and an Iraqi who had to flee war for five years to save his own life. These are some of the inspiring stories which will be brought […]
Four Spanish and Latin American films will kick start a film series and will be followed by a workshop which aims to reflect the nuances of very diverse societies. This will be in Leeds during March and April. The high quality of Spanish and Latin American cinema has been […]
Short stories aiming to evoke a sense of loneliness and forgetting bring this documentary to life, produced by a group of Argentines resident in London. Thanks to the popular card game “truco”, these Argentines meet up and feel like they are home again. Here they explain this adventure. Film release: […]