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Brazil and its Cineclub on the English stage April 4, 2016 04:39

Brazil and its Cineclub on the English stage

The human rights of the other side of the world will be reflected in films that show fights and projects by the community. You [...]
 
Spring Spanish Film Festival April 3, 2016 00:34

Spring Spanish Film Festival

From the 14th to 17th of April, Spanish art will be the protagonist in the English Capital. A number of films in the line-up [...]
 
Does the topic of culture interest Latin Americans? March 21, 2016 02:25

Does the topic of culture interest Latin Americans?

Culture is the main subject of an investigation being carried out amongst the Latin American community, finding problems and solutions with regards to this [...]
 
 
“El Club”, darkness  at the edge of town March 14, 2016 02:07

“El Club”, darkness at the edge of town

Pablo Larrain’s new film looks into the entrails of power in closed institutions. His film examines the conflicts between old and new concepts of [...]
 
Star Wars: The fable awakens February 28, 2016 01:35

Star Wars: The fable awakens

I remember queuing to see it for the first time outside the cinema in Leeds, where I had gone with a friend by train [...]
 
“The Revenant” and its state of grace February 1, 2016 00:20

“The Revenant” and its state of grace

This film is enjoying the influence of its director, whose cinematographic codes are increasingly evident in commercial cinema. And perhaps this latest film is [...]
 
 
“El Club” to atone for sins January 31, 2016 10:52

“El Club” to atone for sins

The Chilean film, which deals with child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church and what happens to its members when they commit a crime, [...]
 
“One World Media”, awards against inequality January 24, 2016 05:34

“One World Media”, awards against inequality

The gala, which presents projects that address issues regarding social injustices, celebrates its 28th edition in June. Since its emergence in 1988, it has [...]
 
Director Johanna Schwartz:  “They will have to kill us first” December 6, 2015 10:27

Director Johanna Schwartz: “They will have to kill us first”

In Johanna Schwartz’s new documentary we see the effects of fundamentalist morality on Mali’s traditional and contemporary music. It shows the importance of music [...]
 
 
Argentine Film Festival returns to London November 23, 2015 08:20

Argentine Film Festival returns to London

The traditional event comeback to London for forth time and runs from the 26th to the 29th of November, opening with a classic: “Road [...]
 
Nabil Ayouch, “Much loved”  and prostitution in Morocco November 22, 2015 23:56

Nabil Ayouch, “Much loved” and prostitution in Morocco

There are no pimps or mafia running it, but there is a lot of hypocrisy. The girls are full of dreams but society is [...]
 
Nicaragua, solidarity on the big screen November 16, 2015 09:23

Nicaragua, solidarity on the big screen

A series of films will be shown in the Bolivar Hall London on the 21st November. Among them, the recently released “The naked screen”. [...]
 
 
Talking to Paul Poet: Power corrupts even free love November 16, 2015 07:53

Talking to Paul Poet: Power corrupts even free love

The basis for democracy is human contact, not calculating what will get votes. The way a hippie-style commune was turned into a fascist prison [...]
 
DocLisboa film festival: the  gems that did not win prizes November 9, 2015 07:34

DocLisboa film festival: the gems that did not win prizes

The internal conflict civil conflict in Colombia and multicultural life in New York threatened by property developers are among the topics in this year’s [...]
 
Referendum and resistance in the Sahara October 27, 2015 21:27

Referendum and resistance in the Sahara

Conflict, hope, colonialism and Saharan reality in a new film due to be released 29th October at Bolivar Hall.   “Life is waiting: referendum [...]
 
 
 

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