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Spring Film and Speaker Series: Challenges to Peace and Demilitarization in Latin America

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September 25, 2013

Gabriela Martínez

Gabriela Martínez is an international award-winning documentary filmmaker who has produced, directed or edited more than ten ethnographic and social documentaries, including Ñakaj, Textiles in the Southern Andes, Mamacoca, and Qoyllur Rit’i: A Woman’s Journey. Her experience as a documentary maker and researcher gives Martínez a unique and broad approach for the teaching and sharing of theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on production skills.

Most recently, she has directed the documentary film “Keep Your Eyes on Guatemala” (2013) which tells the story of Guatemala’s National Police Historical Archive (Archivo Histórico de la Policia Nacional—AHPN) intertwined with the complexities of past human rights abuses, the dramatic effects they had on specific individuals, and present-day efforts to preserve collective memories and bring justice and reconciliation to the country. This film will be premiered on October 24 (6 pm, 221 Allen Hall).

Gabriela is also Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS).