“I was born with the Sandinista Revolution (1979-1989) and grew up under the fear and fascination over the war and military power of the U.S. My parents fell in love in the midst of the struggle against the Somocista Dictatorship. With them, I experienced the rise and fall of the revolutionary dream. Now, 36 years later, I began a search of the past through a kaleidoscope of memories that will challenge the myth of the revolution, redeeming the pain caused by collective amnesia.”
Revolution and it’s aftermath documentary by Nicaraguan writer, executive producer and director Gloria Carrión Fonseca.
Gloria has directed and produced several fiction and documentary shot-films shown at national and international film festivals.
Heiress of the Wind is her first feature-length documentary supported by IDFA, Tribeca, Cinergia and others. She has an MA in Documentary Filmaking from Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires and a Diploma from Tisch School of the Arts. In 2016, she founded “Caja de Luz production Company”. Currently she is developing “Pantasma”, her second feature film.
Written and directed by: Gloria Carrión Fonseca
Starring: Gloria, her 2 parents and the revolution
Spanish with English subtitles
Date: Saturday, September 29
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: George Ignatieff Theatre Trinity College
Larkin Building, Ground Floor | 15 Devonshire Place |Toronto, ON
General admission: $10.00
G – General Audience