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Winning Venezuela

Posted on April 22nd, by mosaicfilms in Broadcast, Current Affairs, Our Films. Comments Off on Winning Venezuela

A film set during the final days before one of the most important presidential elections in Venezuela’s recent history: the re-election of Hugo Chavez.

While some are packing their suitcases others are loading their guns; some saying that they will leave the country if Chávez wins, while others say that a civil war will break out if Capriles wins. For the past 14 years Hugo Chávez has been in power in Venezuela. Spearheading a political vision of socialism and equality he has managed to divide Venezuelan society. His critics protest that he has created a fascist oligarchy petro-state, run by corrupt thugs: seemingly democratic, Chávez’s mission is to create Venezuela in the image of Cuba.

What is undisputable is that Venezuela is in crisis. Systemic violence, 150,000 murders during Chávez’s rule, political and institutional corruption, political intimidation, failing infrastructure, failing health and … Read More »



Undermining Justice

Posted on April 22nd, by mosaicfilms in Broadcast, Current Affairs, Our Films. Comments Off on Undermining Justice

Peru: Undermining Justice is a film about corporate greed, and the sophisticated ways multinational companies avert justice for Al Jazeera International as part of its People and Power strand.

Conflicts between mining companies and local communities have exploded across the world in recent times, as often remote societies are forced to accept mining projects they fear will destroy their environment and livelihoods. This is the story of one such mining company, and a group of local Peruvians who have tried everything to stop their livelihood being destroyed, with disastrous consequences.

The programme is available to view at aljazeera.com/programmes/peopleandpower

Executive Producer: Andy Glynne
Director: Michael Watts



Undermining Justice screens on Al Jazeera’s People and Power Strand

Posted on April 30th, by mosaicfilms in News. Comments Off on Undermining Justice screens on Al Jazeera’s People and Power Strand

Mosaic Films’ latest documentary screens this week on Al Jazeera International as part of its People and Power strand.

Peru: Undermining Justice is a film about corporate greed, and the sophisticated ways multinational companies avert justice.

Conflicts between mining companies and local communities have exploded across the world in recent times, as often remote societies are forced to accept mining projects they fear will destroy their environment and livelihoods. This is the story of one such mining company, and a group of local Peruvians who have tried everything to stop their livelihood being destroyed, with disastrous consequences.

The programme screens for one week on Al Jazeera (in the UK on Sky Digital, Channel 514/ Freesat, Channel, 203/ Freeview, Channel 89) at the following times:

Wednesday, May 2: 1930 DC, 0630 KL, 0130 Doha, 2330 GMT
Thursday May 3, 0630 DC, 1730 KL, 1230 Doha, 1030 … Read More »






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