This is the journeys of Pepsi, the transgender Queen of the Calais Jungle. Journeys through social landscapes fraught with prejudice and danger, fortified by her military survival skills. The last film of Enrico Masi’s trilogy set around the impact of mega-events addresses the biggest of them all: mass migration.
The recent news that the documentary “Revolution and Land” became the most-seen Peruvian production of this genre in the country’s history had, as a kind of background music, the laughter that motivated a McCarthyist character who, without knowing about it, had recommended not seeing it. Manuel Robles Sosa […]
In the Dominican Republic, community organisations and independent citizens have decided to take to the streets in a civilised and family-friendly march for the lives of women on 24th November. Representatives from the convening organisations said, “Here we are, mothers, grandmothers, daughters, and sisters, women in our multiple identities, […]
Tired of the violence, thousands of immigrants, refugees and exiles from different countries and different cities will come together to expose the ongoing violation of human rights in the country and the non-compliance with the FARC Peace Treaty. This will take place on 15 November.
More and more artists are reconsidering their working methods and materials to counteract the voracious consumer society, and joining that movement is the Mexican Gabriel Sánchez, who also emphasises the essence of life. Yolaidy Martínez The creator has a sui generis project that uses the unique magic of […]