Professional and up and coming film producers, from almost 100 countries, narrate tales of people forced to abandon their countries of origin, oppressed by the constant drama of war and hunger. The Global Migration Film Festival talks about this topic and will take place in December. Yanet Llanes Alemán […]
The idea of reaching ‘a certain standard of living’ associated with the so-called American dream causes a good part of the population of the United States to live in the debt bubble in a society that is clearly discriminatory.
Peaceful coexistence is over, war has been declared on the workers. This battle is constant, but it has now become both obvious and outrageous in Costa Rica. Humberto Vargas Carbonell A majority of deputies, led by the President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado, decided to announce that workers’ […]
In the deracinated world of social media, an Instagram story is merely a picture and a few words, both of which self-destruct after 24 hours. Sean Sheehan All the more prescient, then, was Walter Benjamin’s preoccupation in the 1930s with the cultural decline of storytelling. A story for […]
Surrealism lurks in the city – resting, hiding, waiting to be noticed, observed, called forth into recognition. Steve Latham These are times of the signs, random suggestions, inviting us to enter the serendipity of found significances, a conceptual equivalent of ‘found art’. To locate the oddness, even amidst […]