Win a day pass to watch documentaries about Latin America at the Rich Mix

A whole day dedicated to Latin American documentaries, seven films, discussion panels, Movimientos DJs on the decks and a great location in East London, what else do you need? Free Chilean wine when you book a ticket? OK you’ve got it!

The Dochouse crew who’s been showcasing documentary films from around the globe since 2002, with screenings and events in cinemas across London, is back at the Rich Mix with a really good selection of films and to create a panoramic view across Latin America today, from life at the Mexican border, through the Peruvian jungle, and all the way to the streets of Santiago.

And if you join them between the docs you can enjoy a complimentary Chilean wine provided by TRIO. Check the full listings below, book your ticket and hasta el 22 de septiembre!

Sat 22 September / 12.30pm – 10pm
Day Passes and Individual Film Tickets Available from here

12.30pm One Frontier, All Frontiers UK PREMIERE (15)
David Pablos, Mexico, 2010, 55mins. Contemplating life on either side of the 2,000 mile wall that separates Mexico from the USA.

Plus The Invisibles (15)
Marc Silver & Gael García Bernal, UK/ Mexico, 2010, 24 mins. Meet migrants on the dangerous journey to the border.

2.30PM / Law of the Jungle LONDON PREMIERE (15) with Director Q&A
Michael Christoffersen, Hans la Cour, Denmark, 2012, 85 mins. A young indigenous leader and his lawyer fight the government and PlusPetrol for his rights and his freedom.

Plus Protest Chile (15)
Michael Chanan, UK / Chile, 2011, 18 mins. Capturing Chile’s mass student demonstrations.

5.10 PM / City of Photographers (15)
Sebastián Moreno, Chile, 2006, 80 mins. The story of the fearless Chilean photographers who risked death to record life under Pinochet’s brutal military regime.

Plus With Fidel Whatever Happens (15)
Goran Radovanovic, Serbia, 2011, 47mins. The 52nd anniversary of the Cuban Revolution, in the sedate village of Sierra Maestra.

8.15PM / Stolen Land UK PREMIERE (15) with Q&A
Margarita Martínez & Miguel Salazar, Colombia, 2010, 73 mins. The Nasa people of southern Colombia are fighting to reclaim their ancestral land.

DJ Cal Jader (Movimientos) + VJ Pora (LAB)A unique musical-visual journey with a selection of underground Latin beats for the dancefloor from Cumbia and Salsa to Hip Hop, Reggae and Brazilian beats, set to a bold series of projections featuring Latin America’s vibrant social movements and videos from some of the continent’s most conscious artists.

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