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TO SEE YOU AGAIN

(VOLVERTE A VER)

Over a decade ago, the Mexican government declared a war against organized crime, which ended up targeting civilians. An estimated 360,000 people have died since 2006. While searching for their disappeared family members, a group of mothers discovered mass graves in the small towns of Jojutla and Tetelcingo, in the state of Morelos. It became evident that the Mexican authorities were complicit in many of these disappearances. Lina, Angy and Edith and other family members of disappeared loved ones participated in the exhumation of more than 200 bodies. The documentary accompanies the women as they train in forensic science and dig up the bodies of the disappeared. Their investigation reveals a chilling reality, Mexican authorities were involved in the disappearances and surreptitiously buried the bodies in mass graves. This powerful documentary profiles the solidarity, courage and tenacity of these women.

THE FILMMAKER

Activist and visual Anthropologist from The University of Manchester, Carolina Corral Paredes has received various grants and awards as an independent filmmaker. Her work has been present in the Festival d’animation d’Annecy and Morelia International Film Festival, amongst many others.

AWARDS AND FESTIVALS

Audience Award – Cinema Planeta, Mexico
Best Feature Documentary Feature – Colombia Human Rights Int’l Film Festival, Colombia
José Rovirosa Award for Best Mexican Documentary
Special Mention – Doqumenta International Film Festival, Mexico
Special Mention – DocsMx International Film Festival, Mexico
Best Documentary - Zanate Festival, Mexico, 2020

TO SEE YOU AGAIN (VOLVERTE A VER)

Catalog # EPF16059 ● ISBN: 978-1-933724-99-7 ● UPC: 6-82086-16059-7 ● NTSC

93 Minutes ● Copyright 2020 ● Spanish, English Subtitles