All good things must come to an end. FIDOCS has officially concluded and although I did not walk away with one of the trophies, I did walk away with some great memories. I am immensely proud to have been selected for the National Competition and I congratulate all the worthy winners. The reception to my film at both screenings was everything I could have hoped for with many people coming up to me afterwards to thank me for making the film and discussing with me their own stories of that difficult time. There was not a dry eye in the house after each screening. What more could I ask for really? I wish to whole-heartedly thank the festival programmers for including me and for being such a warm hosts to me while I was in Santiago. I hope to be able to maintain these relationships in the years to come. I saw some truly inspiring films this last week and made what I hope to be some lasting friendships. I even got to spend time with one of my heroes, Patricio Guzman. #winning!
- Viva Chile Mierda to screen in Santiago as part the Museum of Memory and Human Rights’ exhibition at FILSA, The 36th International Book Fair
- VCM screens again in Croatia at the Multimedia Cultural Centre, MKC Split
- Viva Chile Mierda to screen at Art Kino in Rijeka, Croatia
- VCM will be screened as part of MMDH’s travelling show, “Nunca Más”
- Viva Chile Mierda chosen as one of the 10 best Chilean films of 2014 by Twitch Film!