Alborada celebrates a decade of uncovering Latin America with short films, DJSs, live music, food, stalls and buenas vibras.
6pm-2am (short films 6-8pm. See below for more info)
> free before 9pm / £5 after 9pm / £7 after 11pm / £4 advance
Live music on the night:
free before 9pm / £5 after 9pm / £7 after 11pm / £4 advance
> DJ Gavin Durrant *
::: Food on sale on the night:
> Argentinian empanadas (Meat and Spinach and Mushroom)
> Choripan with chimichurry and salad
> Vegetarian sandwich (pickle, aubergine, avocado, tomato and coriander)
> Spanish omelette with bread
All films and videos will have English subtitles
::: Short films will include:
++ Videos being made about the current situation in Bolivia following the coup against the Evo Morales government.
Documentary: Listen to My Song (Director Danny Mitchell, 48 mins, 2018
+Post-screening Director Q&A
The peace process is underway and Esteban, a rapper in the Colombian FARC guerrilla movement, dreams of becoming a musician.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.facebook.com/alboradanet/videos/559989061479301
+ A short video by Justice for Colombia
Dr Francisco Dominguez (Middlesex University) on the political moment Latin America finds itself today.
‘Art & Resistance’ Collage Prints by Bolivian artist The Bonita Chola will be on display: https://www.instagram.com/thebonitachola
Seven Sisters Save Latin Village campaign
Canal 3 La Victoria community TV channel in Chile
*DJ Gavin Durrant has a regular spot at Viva Cuba at the legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s and previously created Club Clandestino with other Cuba Solidarity Campaign DJ’s which included Pato Fuentes. He also DJs for Paraiso School of Samba and previously deejayed for a night called Disco Frango which concentrated on old school Funk and Disco.