In 2009 more people were shot, beaten or knifed to death in Guatemala City on a daily basis than in the entire Iraqi conflict. This seems a strange statistic on which to base a film script, but Rodrigo Rosenberg’s death in 2009 was not just another statistic when a DVD emerged at his funeral in which he laid the blame for his death squarely at the feet of the President, the President’s wife, and the Attorney General and sparked an international incident that changed the course of his country’s history forever. You see, not only had Rodrigo Rosenberg foretold his own murder he had actually put out a contract on his own life. Read More
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We discovered that Harrison had participated in AFF’s Summer Film Camp when we was an aspiring young filmmaker in elementary school. We asked him to write about his experience and how it’s shaped his love for film: Read More
05.07.2014 | Liz Mims For this week’s AFF Interview, our Senior Film Programmer, Liz Mims, posed a series of questions to Kevin Harrigan, the writer of the AFF 2013 Audience Award Winning Film The Golden… Read More