15 Sep 2018 at 06:30 PM 08:00 PM
Clark House Initiative
Documentary film, 2015
Directed by Témoris Grecko / Ojos de Perro vs. La Impunidad
On September 26, 2014, one of the biggest tragedies in recent Mexican history occurred. A group of students from rural Mexico, going towards Mexico City to participate in the commemorative annual protest of the October 1968 student-massacre, were ambushed and disappeared in the city of Iguala in the state of Guerrero. 43 young students are missing since already 4 years. The government had done everything they could to block the investigation as it was the main perpetrator in this tragedy. This documentary filmed by the journalist collective Ojos de Perro vs La Impunidad portraits the way in which the Mexican army has violently acted in the city of Iguala for half a century. This film directed by Témoris Grecko is a testimony of the criminal state that reigns in Mexico.