It is very difficult to explain what is happening in Guatemalan cinema. How can a small country, without a cinema law and with so many conflicts, make such good cinema? Pamela Guinea is a Guatemalan film producer, and has worked… Read More ›
Coming events (UK)
The Doc House team are putting on a special screening of Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, in London, followed by a masterclass with Pamela Yates & Paco de Onís Saturday 29th March, 2014 at 2:00pm Rich Mix Cinema 35-47… Read More ›
Part two Jillian Tuck of Nisgua speaks at the event honoring Louis Vitale about the Guatemala’s history and system. More about Fr Louis Vitale here.
I just wanted to flag up the following event where Guatemalan human rights defender, Norma Maldonado, will be speaking 10 April 2008, from 7-9pm. Norma has worked for many years promoting women’s rights, respect for the environment and trade justice… Read More ›
The Guatemalan author Ronald Flores will talk about torture and reconciliation during his country’s civil war when he launches his book, Final Silence, at HOUSMANS BOOKSHOP in London. Wednesday 16 April, 7pm Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DX… Read More ›
Here’s a shout out for our compañeros over at the Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign: Saturday April 12th- CABARET FOR NICARAGUA- a night of magic, music, mirth & merriment with: JOHN HEGLEY“scandalously talented: funny, moving, musical poetry”ROB NEWMAN“sharp as a razor political… Read More ›