The voices of our body politic.
Citlali a young woman from the community of Caltongo, Xochimilco located in Mexico City considered as humanitarian heritage, describes the problems faced in the area as well as the corruption they face. She also talks about how the community takes care of the ecosystem and the risk it has to disappear.
A little more than fifteen years after the arrival of the Canadian company "Almaden Minerals ltd.", To the municipality of Ixtacamaxtitlán, Puebla; some of their communities have shown themselves in favor of the projects that this company intends to carry out in their territory, however San Miguel Tuligtic has a different position
Heterotopias is a contemplation of the city of Tijuana thru out places and non places that reflect on the resistance in the urban life, the erasure of city memory, and the border's geopolitical forces manifested in the transformation of the architectural space. This film is a result of a 5 year documentation of gentrification and displacement actions in the border city, it functions as a living no - archive of the disappearance of many historical buildings and as a political response to the current real estate practices imposed on the right to the city.
On June 4th, 2017 various political factions gathered for a rally at Terry Schrunk Federal Plaza in downtown Portland Oregon. As it was only three months after two people were killed on the MAX by a political terrorist, the police response was swift and decisive. Even though there was no violence between the opposing groups, fourteen journalists and protesters were arrested by the end of the event. Look for the split-second cameo by Richard Spencer...
Fake blood watering fake flowers. In this time when we call fake things real and real things fake, what are we growing? This video references a nature-documentary photographic style, shot in high-framerate slow motion.
A woman raises her voice and gives a speech, painful and endless, that with time becomes even more overwhelming, because they are heart-breaking and permanent impressions in the collective memory that stabs with words an old Mexican film, a celluloid that tears apart until its disappearance.
A “Black Lives Matter activist” confronts the white attorney on a case of another innocent man of color on trial for a crime he didn't commit. Who says you can't fight City Hall?Original hip hop soundtrack by Portland artist, Mic Capes.