In March, La Casa Encendida takes a closer look at the most disturbing side of war through four non-fiction films that capture the daily reality of victims and the consequences of armed conflicts in Asia and the Middle East.
Burmese refugees in China, survivors of the 1965 Indonesian genocide, besieged civilians in Syria and Koudelka's camera in the Holy Land are the protagonists of this series of openly anti-war documentaries. The screenings will accompany the debates of the seminar "The Iconography of Disaster: Shock Images and Activist Film" also being held in March at La Casa Encendida.
From 04 to 05 March 2017Films, Screenings "The Look of Silence" by Joshua Oppenheimer
Two years after directing the spine-chilling documentary The Act of Killing, the US filmmaker returns to Indonesia to (…)
From 18 to 19 March 2017Films, Screenings "Ta’ang" by Wang Bing
China's political, institutional, economic, medical and bureaucratic deficiencies are the leitmotiv of Wang Bing's (…)
From 21 to 22 March 2017Films, Screenings "Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land" by Gilad Baram
An intimate look at the creative process of Josef Koudelka, one contemporary photography’s greatest living masters (…)
From 25 to 26 March 2017Films, Screenings "300 Miles" by Orwa Al Mokdad
300 miles separate the filmmaker and journalist Orwa Al Mokdad from his niece Nour (…)