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Since fourteen months the workers of the local radio station ERA on the island of Zakinthos have occupied their station. After the TV and radio stations of the former Greek state broadcaster ERT started to become a major protagonists of the public criticism of the Troika and the Greek government policies, the Greek government decided to close down the stations. more
7/28/2013: This week Sachamanta will be screened by a television broadcasting station for the first time. On Thursday August 1st 2013 6pm and on Friday August 2nd 2.30am the Greek public TV station ERT-Open – currently occupied by its workers – will screen our documentary Sachamanta with Greek subtitles. more
2/13/2013: Sachamanta is shown in selected movie theaters and at festivals. On the other hand, every community center, each seminar room, every classroom and any youth club can be turned into a cinema. So if you want to show the film yourself, just get yourself a projector and a monitor and write us an email to email@example.com. more
7/21/2012: The north of Argentina in the year 2000: At a congress the peasant and indigenous communities organized within the Movimiento Campesino in Santiago del Estero (MoCaSe-Via Campesina) decided something previously unheard of: They will build and operate their own radio stations. more
5/22/2012: Region of Santiago del Estero, April, a summer night in 2010: I saw the courageous people dancing. They danced to their favorite music from their radios. Bare feet swirling dust. Hands find hands. Lights flash through the darkness. more
4/22/2012: Sachamanta is nearing completion, but there is still a whole lot to do. At the moment, we are in the final production stages, but still need to do have the following tasks: stabilization, conversion, color correction (adjustment of light and color is necessary because the raw material was taken in different years), embedding the film music, sound design, and completion of the animation sequences. more
3/26/2012: In many ways Sachamanta is not a typical documentary: The film’s concept was not clearly set in stone before shooting, but was developed as we watched the raw footage; The interviews were partly created by the interviewees themselves; The film’s story is told four times in different ways, without repetition. more