Berta vive

Pueblo Lenca, Honduras, documental, 30 min, 2016.

Berta vive

Berta Vive.

Pueblo Lenca, Honduras, documental, 30 min, 2016. Responsable / Dirección: Katia Lara Pineda / Terco Producciones
Sinopsis: Berta Cáceres, lideresa indígena Lenca y defensora de derechos humanos, fue asesinada el 3 Marzo 2016 en La Esperanza, Honduras por su lucha en defensa del río Gualcarque amenazado por la construcción de una hidroeléctrica. Berta no ha muerto, ella vive en el pueblo.
Reconocimientos / Festivales: Selección Oficial 8th Which Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Estambul, Turquía, 2016. Selección Oficial 10th Cairo International Women’s Film Festival 2017. / TeleSur lanzamiento en TV: 2 de marzo 2017 / Mención de honor Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara FICG-32, México 2017.

Berta Lives.

Lenca People, Honduras, documentary, 30 min, 2016. Responsable / Director: Katia Lara Pineda / Terco Producciones
Synopsis: On March 2016, the assasination of Berta Cáceres shook the world. Gustavo Castro, Mexican environmental activist witnessed the crime and survived the horror of that night but was then trapped in Honduras. The defense against the construction of a dam at the Gualcarque River is the preface to this story. We follow Miriam Miranda, leader of the Garífuna people as well as a friend and comrade of Berta. Both women share the struggle for decolonization in a country that is being sold to transnational capital and where death is delivered in so many different ways.
Awards / Festivals: Oficial Selection 8th Which Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Estambul, Turkey, 2016. Oficial Selection 10th Cairo International Women’s Film Festival 2017. / TeleSur screening in TV: 2nd March 2017 / Honorable Mention Guadalajara International Film Festival FICG-32, Mexico 2017.

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