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 […]
In an insulting decision, as stupid as it is mindless, the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) has decided that the second match will no longer be played in the USA, but in…Spain! The same Spain from which millions of people became independent, who, until then, were subjects or slaves to […]
States and transnational companies increasingly turn to hiring civilians trained for war, counterinsurgency and sabotage, warns the coordinator of the Latin American Geopolitical Observatory. María Julia Mayoral Dedicated for years to studying the subject, Ana Esther Ceceña, the Mexican doctor in International Economic Relations and professor at the […]
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.