Guy Debord :: filmmaker Before the issuing of an “authorized” box set of his films by Gaumont in 2005, Guy Debord’s work in the cinema was not very well-known, being largely restricted to occasional viewings on European television and passed around, nth generation copies of these screenings. In the Anglophone world, the films remain [...]
Branching out from the DIY tradition of skill-sharing, this is an autonomous self-organized free school providing access to education free for all. On June 26, 2011 the Centro Cultural Papalut along with the 3rd Annual Los Angeles Anarchist Book Fair will host a space of free knowledge exchange and skill-sharing with hands-on workshops and classes [...]
“Finally Got the News” film screening and discussion April 9th, 2011 2:00 pm @ The Southern California Library 6120 S. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA (guest speakers TBA) The Los Angeles IWW invites you to commemorate the legacy and lessons of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers. The League was a unique revolutionary union and [...]
Special Screening of Ciclovida: Lifecycle Time Thursday, October 14 · 7:30am – 4:30pm Location Centro de Comunicacion Comunitaria (Self-Help Graphics) 3806 E. Cesar Chavez Ave. More Info Come join us for a screening of this wonderful documentary! There will be food and drinks available for a very small donation. Caio Juca, translator of the film, [...]
The Chicago Conspiracy is a documentary three years in the making. This Subversive Action Films project was filmed in Chile, and the story extends into the Mapuche indigenous lands of Wallmapu. The Chicago Conspiracy takes its name from the approximately 25 Chilean economists who attended the University of Chicago and returned to assist Pinochet’s military [...]
explores the systematic devaluation of traditional forms of self governance and self determination, and the actual role that these traditions play in preserving indigenous culture and territory, also discusses indigenous strategies for self determination in guiding struggles for urban community or “hood” liberation.
October 22nd 8pm at the KIWA Cultural Center Screening of “Fruits of War” A feature length documentary set in El Salvador and Los Angeles. Presentation by Oscar Sanchez, on the fight to free his brother Alex Sanchez followed by screening and discussion. Fruits of war follows four former gang members- Bullet, Rebel, Weazel, and Duke, [...]
Wednesday September 30th at 7:30 P.M., East Side Café. 5469 Huntington Dr. , Los Angeles, CA 90032. Film: Masacre de El Amparo: 20 Anos de Impunidad. An activist documentary about impunity and justice struggles around the 1988 killing of 14 Fisherman of the Aracua River. Presentation & Conversation: “El Caracazo” the 1980′s popular revolt in [...]