This has been one of the more significant and moving films on UK austerity, what it has meant to the country and its impact on the people. A showing of this Ken Loach work, followed by a discussion on how to rally against Universal Credit. Nathan Raia The […]
Fifty minutes in length, this documentary exposes the betrayals, traitors, motives and aims that, beginning in May 2017, characterised the way in which some have sought to end the citizens’ revolution in Ecuador. Its premiere in London is this Saturday, February 23. “Directed by Chilean journalist Patricio Mery Bell […]
The former mayor of London will host, in the capital, a screening event of a short film of clips “Mi Amigo Hugo” directed by Oliver Stone trying to bring the memory of his old friend back. Nathan Raia Hugo Chávez (28 July 1954 – 5 March 2013) was […]
Fleeing the Portuguese dictatorship with his family in 1965 shaped his desire to investigate the interior and exterior reality of emigration. He speaks about the shame of being forced to leave your roots for economic and political reasons. When politicians criminalize migrants, while permitting their exploitation, film must speak out.
A look at the struggles of Roma people in France. And at how good inter-communal relations can be when local authorities treat migrants as people. A story of how a family grew and integrated over a long period. Respect for a courageous struggle instead of fear and prejudice against the […]