¡Viva Mexico! Film Screening and Photo Exhibition

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¡Viva Mexico!

Film Screening + Photo Exhibition + Q & A Session

Did you miss this event but would still like to see the film? For screenings in other UK cities, see below, and watch this space. We are planning more London screening for the near future. Meanwhile, we also have copies of the film on DVD for sale: to buy DVDs write to correo@londonmexicosolidarity.org

29 April - 4pm, Goldsmith's, University of London

30 April- 6pm, SOAS, School of Oriental and African Studies


About the Film + Photo Exhibition + Q & A Session

¡Viva México!  -- In 2006, Subcommandante Marcos, along with a group of other Zapatistas and members of the alternative media travelled around Mexico visiting communities where people are living out daily, active struggles of resistance. Communities fighting for a better Mexico and an alternative world with dignity and justice for all. This tour created connections between the Zapatistas and the diverse social movements, (small-scale farmers, workers, environmentalists, and more), organising up and down the country. This event is a telling of those experiences through images, film and question and answer.

Photo Exhibition by the Collective La Otra Mirada -- This exhibition is the result of a collective input of many photographers from alternative media that covered the journey of The Other Campaign in Mexico. The exhibition captures images from all over Mexico and describes the current social and political state of affairs in Mexico by focusing on marginalised groups and individuals that are organizing themselves to resist oppression.

Adolfo López, member of the Colective La Otra Mirada, and Nicolás Défossé, the film director, will hold a Q&A session after the film.

http://www.vivamexicofilm.com/

London is the first stop of a UK-wide tour for Nico and Alfredo. Catch them in another city if you miss them in London.

LANCASTER

Tuesday, May 3rd, 6pm
Lancaster, Duke's Cinema

A collaboration between Lancaster University Latin America Research Cluster and Duke's Cinema
afterwards: Round table debate on 'Media, Community and Social Movements', with representatives of Lancaster University and local media

http://www.dukes-lancaster.org/
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/faculty/event/3674/


BRISTOL
May 4th

Wednesday, May 4th, 7.30 pm
Hamilton House

80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY:
http://coexist.hamiltonhouse.org/
A collaboration between Kiptik and Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
Suggested donation £3 (waged) / £2 (low or unwaged)
but no-one turned away due to lack of funds.


LEEDS
May 5th

Thursday May 5th, 1pm
Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Studies
University of Leeds, LS2 9JT

Baines Wing G.22
The photo exhibition with representatives of Chiapas Indymedia/La Otra Mirada Collective
will be on display in the SPLAS Patio, Second Floor Michael Sadler. Building, on the day.


BRADFORD
May 6th

Friday May 6th, 7 pm
1 in 12 Social Centre
21-23 Albion St
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 2LY


EDINBURGH
May 7th

Saturday May 7th, 7pm
Augustine United Church
41 George IV Bridge
Edinburgh, EH1 1EL
6pm Doors Open for Photo Exhibition


GLASGOW
May 8th

Sunday May 8th, 5.15 pm
Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose Street
Glasgow
G3 6RB