The documentary “Amasando Futuro”, which addresses the resistance of the women of Tupac Amaru, premieres this Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. at the Tinku Arte Cultural Space, located at Calle Baigorrí 950, in Barrio Alta Córdoba. The function is open to the public freely and free of charge.
The screening is organized by the Forum for Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights of Córdoba and the Committee for the Freedom of Milagro Sala Córdoba, and will feature a presentation panel and subsequent debate. It should be remembered that “Amasando Futuro” premiered on July 7 at the Gaumont Cinema in the City of Buenos Aires.
Tri Heredia, member of the Forum for Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights of Córdoba and the Committee for the Freedom of Milagro Sala Córdoba, pointed out that “the screening of the documentary takes place within the framework of the continuity of the demand for the freedom of Milagro Sala and Of all the political prisoners in the country, it is inadmissible that under a national government that claims to be national and popular there are political prisoners.”
The documentary is directed by Marta Valle and includes the participation of Milagro Sala, Julia Lopez, Juliana Marino, Dora Barrancos, Rubén Pascolini and workers from the Túpac Amaru de Jujuy cooperatives.
The documentary is about the Tupac Amaru neighborhood organization, led by Milagro Sala, which carried out an impressive building, cultural, educational, health and dignifying work for vulnerable sectors of the Province of Jujuy. On January 16, 2016, Milagro is arrested because her actions affected the economic and political interests of the Jujuy ruling class. Gradually they arrest many of the cooperative members who participated in this epic. In a trial riddled with irregularities, they are sentenced.
The film shows part of the work through those who were and are its protagonists and fundamentally of the collective construction that does not stop.