A cautionary tale about fascism and the dangers of forgetting the past. Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar follow a movement that begins in a kitchen and evolves into a groundbreaking international lawsuit, bringing together hundreds of victims and survivors who have broken Spain’s “pact of silence”. The film raises profound questions about how societies grapple with legacies of state violence and what to do with perpetrators of crimes against humanity in their midst.
- Friday, May 24 at 7pm: Introduction by Javier Vallaure, Consul General of Spain in Los Angeles. Q&A with filmmaker Robert Bahar, Kate Mackintosh, Executive Director of the Promise Institute for Human Rights at UCLA School of Law and Dr. Kathy Roberts, Co-Director of the Transitional Justice Clinic.
- Saturday, May 25 at 7pm: Q&A with filmmaker Robert Bahar, moderated by Brigitte Suhr.