A screening of Listen To Venezuela has been organised by Latin America House for Thursday November 24th, 2011, at 7pm. Followed by Q & A with the directors.Address Latin American House10 Kingsgate PlaceLondonNW6 4TA Thanks to Germán for organising this.
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The Calder Bookshop (51 The Cut SE1) screened Listen To Venezuela on Tuesday October 11th. Around 30 people packed into the back room – followed by discussion, as always, with the filmmakers. Thanks to Sergio for organising this.
Listen To Venezuela was shown to around 23 people at Solidarity Books in Douglas Street, Cork, Republic of Ireland. The film was followed by a really thoughtful discussion afterwards about the revolution. Thanks to our friend Mike for arranging this.
Listen To Venezuela will screen at the Bishopsgate Institute, Liverpool Street for the Socialist History Society.
Listen To Venezuela screens at the Really Free School (London), an on-going political/educational forum set up to contest the Coalition government’s privatization of education. Time: Friday march 11th, 7.30pm. More details about the Really Free School and the location of the screening can be found at: http://reallyfreeschool.org/
55 people turned up for this screening in Manchester, Cross Street, Sunday 27 February, 2011. Thanks to Bob and Rock Around The Blockade for organising it.
Listen To Venezuela screened at the Compass Pub, 58 Penton Street (corner of Chapel Market), Angel on Sunday 7th November, 2010. Around 50 people turned up for the screening.The post-screening discussion was filmed and can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFycVwX3tsM Thanks to Rock Against The Blockade for organising it: for more details see www.ratb.org.uk/EVENTS.HTML
Bristol Indymedia Presents – ‘Listen ToVenezuela’ Monday 4th October 2010, 8pm at the Cube Cinema, Stokes Croft, Around 40 people turned up to watch the film in a fab venue, followed by a half hour discussion. Thanks to Bristol Indymedia for organising the screening.
The Film plays at Sandinos in Derry on Monday September 13th at 8pm.A small but appeciative audience watched Listen To Venezuela and bought 11 DVDS of the film afterwards.
Listen To Venezuela screened at the Star and Shadow cinema in Newcastle on Thursday July 29th. The cinema is entirely run by dedicated volunteers. Around 17 people turned up for the screening and most stayed for a really interesting post-screening discussion. We sold a few copies of the film and donated the proceeds to the […]