The Latin American film series is delighted to host the premiere of Guerrero: One Life, Many Battles documentary in the UK.
This film tells the story of Manuel Guerrero Antequera, whose father was brutally assassinated in one of the political crimes of greatest impact during the Chilean military dictatorship (1973-1990.
This is the story of a boy who grew up having to deal with the consequences of the Cold War: a journey through pain and rage, back to the past, and to the places where he lived through his political exile. It is an experience that concludes in an act of healing in which life takes on a completely new meaning.
This is the story of a boy, of a nation, of a generation and of Latin American political struggles.
Before the film, there will be a performance by La Veleidosa band and after the screening, there will be a Q&A with Manuel Guerrero, + wine and nibbles for the audience.
The screening is supported by the Unit of Global Justice, Department of Sociology; and The Latin American Hub @ Goldsmiths, and sponsored by Alborada and Latin Elephant.
The venue of the screening is on the Low Ground floor of the Professor Stuart Hall Building, at Goldsmiths.
All Welcome, free access.
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GUERRERO: ONE LIFE, MANY BATTLES
+ Q&A with Manuel Guerrero + musical performance by La Veleidosa band
LG 01 Professor Stuart Hall Building,
Goldsmiths, University of London
Trailer of the film: https://vimeo.com/album/4857772