Peasants

  • September 24, 2022 / 15:00
  • October 29, 2022 / 18:00

Directors: Marta Rodriguez, Jorge Silva
1975, 51', b&w
Spanish with Turkish subtitles

Why and how do peasant and indigenous communities pass from social submission to a process of organisation? This question drove the making of Marta Rodriguez and Jorge Silva’s Campesinos, airing a masterful poetics of the portrait with Brechtian re-enactments of working conditions on colonial coffee plantations in 1970s Colombia. The documentary is at once a call to self-organisation and revolt, and a lucid analysis of indigenous struggle and the significance of land.

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