A discussion between Almudena Bernabeu of the Center for Justice and Accountability, the lead counsel in the Guatemalan genocide case, and Professor Beatriz Manz, an expert witness, will follow the film.
“Granito” is the story of how a documentary film about Guatemala’s turbulent history emerges as an active player in current human rights cases. The film’s characters sift for clues buried in archives and memories, seeking to uncover a narrative that could unlock the past and settle matters of life and death in the present. 103 minutes. English.
Co-sponsored with the Berkeley Law School.
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Fall 2011 Article: "FILM: Sand in the Gears of Impunity" by Sarah Weber.