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FILM | Cine Liberacion + Lokandes live! 9 November

FILM | Cine Liberacion + Lokandes live! 9 November

Alborada and Movimientos present a day of documentary and discussion about Latin America centred around the themes of Exile, Solidarity and Culture. Films screened to include the new acclaimed documentary on the late, legendary Argentinian singer Mercedes Sosa.

The event will close with a musical performance by the Lokandes Quartet + guests

> Midday-11pm (4 sessions)

Venue: Rich Mix (Main Hall)
35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA

Prices:
£5/£4 advance/concession // 2 session ticket £7/£6 advance/concession) // Day ticket £12/£10 advance/concession

> ADVANCE TICKETS: https://albmov14.eventbrite.co.uk/

*We will have a number of stalls selling latin american music, books, dvds, our tshirts, as well as crafts, jewellery, collage and children's clothes.

**We will also have Chilean empanadas (meat and cheese) for sale on the day.

> SESSION 1: EXILE (MIDDAY-2.30PM)

@12.15pm
::: Hora Chilena (Directors: Camila Iturra, Lautaro Vargas And Kip Loades, 2013, 79 minutes)

Hora Chilena tells the story of Chileans who fled Pinochet's Chile and sought refuge in Cambridge.

> The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the directors chaired by Maggie Bowden (Liberation magazine).

@2.15pm
::: Justicia y Paz (Directors: Pablo Navarrete & Teilo Vellacott, 5 mins)

A screening of a work-in-progress short film about members of a displaced community in the Colombian region of Chocó.

> The film will be introduced by the directors.

> SESSION 2: SOLIDARITY (3-5PM)

@3.05pm
::: Let There Be Light (Director: Roberto Chile, 2006, 12 minutes)

An account of 'Misión Milagro' (Operation Miracle), whereby Cuban doctors restore the sight of people from all over the Americas.

::: On the Slopes of the Himalayas (Director: Roberto Chile, 2006, 37 minutes)

The work of Cuban medical volunteers in Pakistan following the devastating earthquake of 2005.

**The two Cuban films will be introduced by Rob Miller (Latin America 2014)

@4pm
::: Chilean internationalism & the victory of the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua (Talk by Dr Victor Figueroa-Clark, London School of Economics)

@4.15pm
::: Nae Pasaran* (Director: Felipe Bustos Sierra, 2013, 13 minutes)

In a small Scottish town in 1974, factory workers refuse to carry out repairs on warplane engines in an act of solidarity against the violent military coup in Chile. Forty years later they re-unite to look back on what was gained and what was lost.

> The screening will be followed by a Q&A with film's director.

* This version of the film is in English but will have Spanish subtitles as well.

Session supported by Latin America 2014
https://www.facebook.com/events/328220330685411/

> SESSION 3: CULTURE (5.30-7.30PM)

@5.40pm
::: Goppi the Cuban Indian (Director: Sonum Sumaria, 2013, 7 minutes)

Am intimate culinary journey with Goppi, one of the very few Indians living in Havana, Cuba.

> The film will be introduced by the director.

@6pm
::: Mercedes Sosa, the Voice of Latin America (Director Rodrigo H. Vila, Argentina, 2013, 93 minutes)

This intimate documentary reveals Sosa's early life and her rise to worldwide stardom, and explores the impact she had on the musical -- and political -- heritage of Latin America... and the world.

Session supported by Argentine Film Festival
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Argentine-Film-Festival/200772703348481

> SESSION 4 (8-11PM)

::: Lokandes* Quartet & guests (9.15pm)

& Movimientos & Alborada Soundsystem DJs (including a set from Deejay Arias, 10-11pm)

*Having supported the likes of legendary South American acts Kjarkas (Bolivia) and Susan Baca (Peru) (the latter whom gave a glowing review of the band's performance) and following a recent collaboration with Juana Fe's Juan Ayala (Chile) Lokandes continue to make their mark as one of the truly exceptional live acts emerging from the Latin community in London. They take the melodies and energy of Andean music and mix it with Rumba, Reggae and Afro-Latin rhythms. The band unites musicians and instruments from Peru, Bolivia, Spain, China and the UK, and sets their highly original music, alongside socially conscious lyrics. Having released their first album two years ago they are currently working on the follow up due out in 2015.

::: Before Lokandes, Anglo-Uruguayan singer and guitarist Alex Etchart (8.45pm) will perform some songs including some Latin American folk classics.

> ADVANCE TICKETS:

 

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