As part of the program “75 Years of Latinx-Canadian Cinema,” VLAFF is pleased to host the Montreal-based filmmaker Germán Gutiérrez in Vancouver, and present a spotlight on his 25 years of creating cinema in Canada.

Join us for a dialogue with Germán about the Colombian peace process, the new president Gustavo Petro, and his latest projects. The presentation will included excerpts from his new film, History Will Judge, a comprehensive and profound look at the contemporary political landscape of Colombia.

Thursday, Sep 1, 6:45pm
The Cinematheque

Germán will also be in attendance to introduce the screening of
The Coca-Cola Case, one of his most well-known films.

Tuesday, Aug 30, 6:30pm
The Cinematheque

Three of Germán’s other works will be available to VIEW ONLINE for FREE, anytime from Aug 25 – Sept 4.

Please click on the film titles below to register for a FREE TICKET.

Who Shot My Brother? (2005 | 95 min)

Five Centuries Later (1991 | 53 min)

Societies Under the Influence (1998 | 60 min)

With thanks for the generous support from the National Film Board of Canada

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