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Listen To Venezuela in Hackney

Listen To Venezuela screened in Hackney, London on Friday 18th June at 195 Mare St E8 3QE. The venue was a very thriving squat/community centre. After the film we chatted with a few people – on our way out, rather mysteriously, a whole series of notices had been pinned to walls and doors denouncing the […]

At the Cork Short Film Festival

We cut a short 10 minute film from Listen To Venezuela called ‘Dreamer Boys, A Story From Venezuela’ which is showing at the Corona Short Film Festival in Cork on Saturday 29th May between 7.30-9pm. See http://www.corkfilmcentre.com/noticeboard/entry/corona-fastnet-short-film-festival/

Screening at Cinephilia West

Listen To Venezuela screened at Cinephilia West on Tuesday April 13th at 7pm. On the anniversary off the defeat of the attempted coup back in 2002 we screened the film at Cinephilia – what a venue it is too! Around 14 people turned up and we had a very interesting discussion afterwards. Thanks to Yoram […]

Listen To Venezuela in Ireland

Listen To Venezuela screened in Galway on Tuesday 23rd March. Thanks to Niall for organising it. Around 40 people turned up and there was a very good post-screening discussion afterwards. Anti-Chavista Venezuelans were there too, making it quite lively – one walking out of the discussion accusing us of being in the pay of the […]

Bristol Screening

Friday 12th March. University of the West of England, St. Matthias Campus, Bristol.Room: The Box A122. Time 2pm. Part of a day long symposium on Venezuela: Myth and Reality, starting at 10.pm (download file for more details).Venezuela%20Conference%20final%20poster%282%29.doc

London Screening

We have another screening of Listen To Venezuela at Cafe Crema (New Cross) on Thursday 25th Feb. See http://www.cafecremaevents.co.uk/ for details.

London Screening

Thursday November 12th, 7.30 pm, Cafe Creme, 306 New Cross Road.£6, includes food or wine & cake. A full house and a great post screening discussion. Thanks Cafe Crema!

London screening

October 29th, 7pm, Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way, London W1T.Nr tube: Warren Street. Nearly 80 people watched the film and drank free cocktails courtesy of the Venezuelan Embassy.