Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Inside Venezuela's Revolution - Brighton film showing with leading Green politician

A rare chance to hear some of the stories from the everyday folk living in Chavez's Venezuala comes to Brighton next Wednesday (January 20th) in the shape of 'Inside the Revolution', a feature length documentary being shown, from 6.30pm, at the Friends Meeting House on Ship Street -  check out the trailer here:

'Inside the Revolution' comes with high praise from radical journalist John Pilger, who describes Venezuela as a country in 'extraordinary transition'.

"Watch this film because it is honest and fair and respectful of those who want to be told the truth about an epic attempt, flaws and all, to claim back the humanity of ordinary people," he says.

Former Green Party Principal Speaker Derek Wall (pictured right), himself a veteran Venezuela-watcher and committed Green socialist, will join director Pablo Navarette to introduce the film, and be on hand to answer audience questions afterwards. Gotta be worth £4, I reckon.

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