Directed by Sebastiáan Moreno.
During Pinochet´s long regime, a motley crew of photojournalists shot and framed Chile´s people and turmoil from many perspectives. In the streets, in the middle of bloody riots and protests, these fearless photographers learned their craft and created their own language. For them, taking pictures was a way to be free, an attempt to survive, an alternative to keep on living.
They represent Chile's inhospitable past and the metamorphosis of its society.
This is their story.
Cost: Free and open to the public
In Spanish with English subtitles. Parking available in lot 3 for $10
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