* Frankfurt International Film Festival (Germany)
* Oslo Dokumentarkino (Norway)
* New York Human Rights Watch (USA)
* Bergen International Film Festival - Special Screening (Norway)
* Berlin Human Rights Film Festival (Germany)
* One World Film Festival Ottawa (Canada
* One World Slovakia (Bratislava, Slovak Republic)
* Inconvenient Films Documentary Festival (Vilnius, Lithuania)
* Beijing International Film Festival (China)
* Amiens International Film Festival - France
* One World International Film Festival - Czech Republic
* London Human Rights Watch Film Festival - UK
* FIFDH - Festival du film et Forum sur les Droits Humains - Switzerland
* CPH:DOX - Denmark
* LICHTER - Frankfurt International Film Festival - Germany
* Human Rights Watch Film Festival - USA
* Galway Film Fleadh - Ireland
* Movies that Matter Foundation - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
* Hot Docs - Toronto, Canada
* Festival des Libertés (Brussels, Belgium)
* Groninger Forum (The Netherlands)
* This Human World (Vienna, Austria)
* Festival de Cine MÁS (Managua, Nicaragua)
* Festival Visages (Martigny, Switzerland)

* Best Human Rights Feature Film in association with Amnesty International - Galway Film Fleadh
* Audience Award - Lichter Film Frankfurt International Festival

Women of The Venezuelan Chaos 

Category |Politics, Social Issues, Women
Year | 2017
Country | France
Running time | 83’ - 57’
Format | HD
Production | MC2, Les Films d’Ici
Director | Margarita Cadenas

Five Venezuelan women, from different backgrounds and generations, draw a portrait of their collapsing country that faces possibly its worst social, economic, power and political crisis in its 200-year-history.

Followed in their daily lives, they testify to the urgency of the chaotic situation in which the people are plunged, addressing each of them the difficulties of food shortages, health drugs and materials, as well as the problem of political prisoners, Injustice, and criminality.

The approach is to start from a particular case to extrapolate and depict a global vision of the country.

Hot Docs 2018 Interview — Margarita Cadenas
by Seana Stevenson - Journalist and Photographer, May 2

- POINT OF VIEW - By Liam Lacey • Published April 30th, 2018
- THIS IS WORLDTOWN - Eight films to watch at Hot Docs directed by women of colour
- LA PORTADA CANADA - José Ridoutt Polar 26 de Abril de 2018
- THE FILM CORNER - Review By Greg Klymkiw

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