Movies and Documentaries in Museo de la Memoria
From Feb. 5 to March 1, documentaries will be free in the Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos.
SANTIAGO — The first edition of Al Aire Libre starts on Feb. 5 at 9 p.m. and it’s a free event, at 9 p.m. Atendees will be able to enjoy documentaries and films about human rights and the history of its protagonists in South America.
The material, presented by the museum, was donated by the filmmakers. The only exception is the Peruvian documentary Sigo Siendo, Kachkaniraqmi, which will open the activities. It was directed by Javier Corcuera and presents the story of an unknown and hidden Peru, thanks to the actors and musical resources.
During all of February, the museum will exhibit different documentaries and Fridays will be musical days, presenting movies such as Malditos. La historia de Fiskales Ad-Hok, a documentary on one of the most important punk bands of Chile, by Pablo Insunza.
To conclude the cinema marathon is the first featured film of Patricio Lanfranco, El Juez y el General, which deals with the investigation by the Judge of the Court of Appeals of Santiago, Juan Guzmán Tapia, appointed as the first criminal case against Augusto Pinochet.
To see the program, click here.
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