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.

Duration: 50min

The film will be presented by Geraldo Adriano Campos.

This event is in collaboration with Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK).


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).

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