Alborada take over the top floor of Rich Mix to present a day of Latin American documentaries, music, workshops and talks looking at some of the most important issues facing the region today.
Alborada is an independent voice on Latin American politics, media and culture. For more than a decade we have provided a progressive take on the region, offering perspectives rarely found in the mainstream.
The Cordillera of Dreams (La Cordillera de los sueños)
Patricio Guzmán, France/Chile 2019, Runtime: 1 h 25 min
Spanish with English subtitles
Ana Hurtado / Cuba, Runtime: 60 mins
Havana is still alive. Its people are in the streets, in the squares, in the churches, in the parks, in the dance halls, in the schools. It continues to transmit a heritage made of old laughs, of African rhythms, of colourful images. The ocean was crossed hundreds of years ago and Herencia shows what this meant.
Espero tua (re)volta (Your Turn)
Eliza Capai, Brazil 2019, Runtime: 1 h 33 min
Portuguese with English subtitles
Panel Discussion on ‘The Fight for Social Justice in Latin America’ (Free Entry)
Dan Kovalik (Lawyer and author)
Mariela Kohon (Senior International Officer at Trades Union Congress (TUC), and adviser in the Colombian peace process)
Alfredo Saad-Filho (Professor of Political Economy and International Development, King’s College London, University of London)
Pablo Navarrete (Founder and co-editor of Alborada and Alborada Films)
Christine Blower (Former General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), International Secretary of the National Education Union (NEU)