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 […]
What attracts him to places that are different from the world he grew up in is that the connection can only be universal, not personal. It harms art to think that stories only belong to those who were involved. Empathy means putting yourself in the other person’s shoes. Graham […]
Is a home an island of vertical stability in a slippery sliding horizontal world? What happens when you can’t find one, or are forced to leave? And is it always the best thing for a mother to stay with her child? Graham Douglas “Mobile homes” is a film […]
It is essential to understand what is happening in context, through the eyes of those who are living through it. Conspiracy theories are endemic for historical reasons. Imposing western categories and offering ‘solutions’ creates resentment. Refugees want to return but what will be left?