Tlatelolco – Summer of 68 | Tlatelolco, Verano del 68

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“We don’t want Olympics, we want revolution!”

As Mexico prepares to host the 1968 Olympics, students and civilians are uniting on the streets to protest the authoritarian government. Tensions are running high and the eyes of the world are on Mexico and President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz.
Ana Maria, a student photographer and daughter of a high-ranking official, finds herself embroiled in the movement and is swept off her feet by Félix, a working-class architecture student.
Tlatelolco – Summer of 68 remembers the events that led to one of the darkest chapters in Mexico’s recent history: the massacre at Tlatelolco, 10 days before the opening of the Olympic Games.
The time has come to tell this important and passionate story.

Screens with: Reality 2.0, Germany/Mexico, Dir. Victor Orozco Ramirez
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Director Carlos Bolado Carlos Bolado (Director) is a Mexican filmmaker who studied Cinematography and Sociology both in the same university, the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has worked as a soundman and editor on several films. After making several short films, he ventured into the genre of film features with the film Baja California: The Limit of Time. The debut that brought high praise from both critics and the general public, becoming entitled to seven Ariel Awards, the highest recognition that Film academy awards in Mexico.
Later on, he co-directed Promises, which was nominated for an Oscar for best documentary. In 2006 he premiered his film Only God Knows, starring Diego Luna and Alice Braga, with good reviews.
In early June 2011, Helios Productions announced it had hired Bolado to direct a thriller/horror feature entitled Malevolence, written by Hugh Sterbakov.

Carlos Bolado has lectured in universities and cultural centres in Brazil, Spain, Argentina, Australia, USA, France, Mexico, and the Middle East.

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Winner – Chicago Latin Film Festival 2013: Best Feature (Audience Award)


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