Pablo Navarrete is a British-Chilean journalist and documentary filmmaker. He is the founder and co-editor of www.alborada.net, an independent voice on Latin American politics, media and culture, and is co-editor of Alborada Magazine. His first feature-length documentary ‘Inside the Revolution: A Journey Into the Heart of Venezuela’ was released in August 2009 by Alborada Films. The television version of his second documentary ‘The Colombia Connection’ was released in November 2012. He is the producer of the documentary ‘Chile’s Student Uprising (Alborada Films), released in February 2014, and the director of Hip Hop Revolución (Alborada Films), released in November 2015. He is the co-director of the documentary ‘Truce’ (Alborada Films/Studio 5a) which was released in 2017.
He was the Venezuela researcher for John Pilger’s documentary ‘The War on Democracy‘ (2007). He is the co-author (with Edgardo Lander) of ‘The economic policy of the Latin American left in government: Venezuela’, published in 2007 by the Transnational Institute (TNI) in Holland and has a MPhil from Bradford university. He is a former Latin America editor for Red Pepper magazine (2005-2013). He has spoken about and covered contemporary Latin American political issues for various media outlets, including the ‘BBC‘, ‘Al Jazeera English’, ‘HuffPost Live’ ‘Russia Today‘, ‘The Guardian‘, ‘The New Statesman‘, ‘Counterpunch‘ and ‘Open Democracy‘ .
Links to all of Pablo’s articles and interviews will be here posted shortly. A provisional list below.
::: Articles by Pablo Navarrete
::: Interviews by Pablo Navarrete
::: Interviews with Pablo Navarrete
A Simple Question : Why Won’t The West Accept Venezuelan Democracy (Press TV/22 November 2017)