29 October 2016, 6 PM - 8 PM
In audio and video recordings from the 1970’s, Mauricio Misle found strong memories from his family in Palestine, that present a brutal episode of the Israeli colonization. Hamule reflects the trauma inherited by several generations of Palestinian descendants in Chile. The film is a personal and intimate voyage through the fragmented memory of the exiled in Chile and their families.
The film will be presented by Geraldo Adriano Campos.
This event is in collaboration with Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK).
GERALDO ADRIANO CAMPOS
Geraldo Adriano Campos is a lecturer in the course of International Relations at ESPM University in São Paulo. He is a researcher and member of the Executive Council of the Edward Said Chair of Contemporary Studies (Federal University of São Paulo). He is the author and co-editor of the book ‘Participatory Democracy and Redistribution: Experiences of Participatory Budgeting in Brazil’ (São Paulo: Editora Xamã, 2008).