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Amada Silva… Simply Amada
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Amada Silva… Simply Amada

She fled the political situation in her native country and moved to the UK with her family. Over the past three decades she has lived and worked in this country, helping numerous people in difficult situations. Benjamin Serra “Forget your name, from now on, you are refugees protected by the […]

When the Latinos reached the UK
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When the Latinos reached the UK

The 1970 ’s saw the arrival of the Latin American community in Great Britain. More than 40 years later, 186,500 Latinos have forged a path to the UK. This is the official estimate; the actual number could well be much higher.– – After gaining independence from Spanish and Portuguese colonial […]

A night of Neruda
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A night of Neruda

The Venezuelan Embassy is organising an evening to celebrate the Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda. The event will be attended by his biographer, Adam Feinsteiny, and accompanied by a screening of the film “El cartero (y Pablo Neruda)”. _ Legend has it that Pablo Neruda died from the wounds of his […]

Retrospective of Patricio Guzmán
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Retrospective of Patricio Guzmán

From the 15th until the 26th July, the British Film Institute (BFI) is revisiting the works of the distinguished Chilean director. _ The filmmaker Patricio Guzmán claims that historical remembrance helps you live better, which is why he has dedicated his life to expressing it through documentaries, specifically that of […]