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State of Fear, directed by Pamela Yates en New York University
 

Special Screening: State of Fear, directed by Pamela Yates and produced by Paco de Onís, followed by a Q&A with the director and producer, moderated by Judge-Magistrate Baltasar Garzón
Centro Español Rey Juan Carlos I
 (New York)





Monday, April 10, 6:00 p.m.
Special Screening: State of Fear, directed by Pamela Yates and produced by Paco de Onís, followed by a Q&A with the director and producer, moderated by Judge-Magistrate Baltasar Garzón.
This screening is part of the seminar series Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Latin America, organized by King Juan Carlos Chair Baltasar Garzon and sponsored by Grupo Santander.  With the collaboration of NYU’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies


Narrated in English and Spanish, with English subtitles. Running time: 94 min.


Synopsis: How can an open society balance demands for security with democracy? STATE OF FEAR dramatizes the human and societal costs a democracy faces when it embarks on a war against terror, potentially without end, all too easily exploited by unscrupulous leaders seeking personal political gain. The film follows events in Peru, yet it serves as a cautionary tale for a nation like the United States. Filmmakers Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy, and Paco de Onís masterfully blend personal testimony, history, and archival footage to tell the story of escalating violence in the Andean nation and how the fear of terror undermined its democracy, making Peru a virtual dictatorship where official corruption replaced the rule of law. Terrorist attacks by Shining Path insurgents provoked a military occupation of the countryside. Military justice replaced civil authority, widespread abuses by the Peruvian Army went unpunished, and the terrorism continued to spread. Nearly 70,000 civilians eventually died at the hands of Shining Path and the Peruvian military.


Space is limited-RSVP is required.


spain


Wednesday, April 12, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Pedro Páramo: Mito y poesía by NYU Professor Eduardo Subirats


The events take place in the first-floor auditorium of NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain










Monday, April 10, 6:00 p.m.
Special Screening: State of Fear, directed by Pamela Yates and produced by Paco de Onís, followed by a Q&A with the director and producer, moderated by Judge-Magistrate Baltasar Garzón.
This screening is part of the seminar series Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Latin America, organized by King Juan Carlos Chair Baltasar Garzon and sponsored by Grupo Santander.  With the collaboration of NYU’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies


Narrated in English and Spanish, with English subtitles. Running time: 94 min.


Synopsis: How can an open society balance demands for security with democracy? STATE OF FEAR dramatizes the human and societal costs a democracy faces when it embarks on a war against terror, potentially without end, all too easily exploited by unscrupulous leaders seeking personal political gain. The film follows events in Peru, yet it serves as a cautionary tale for a nation like the United States. Filmmakers Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy, and Paco de Onís masterfully blend personal testimony, history, and archival footage to tell the story of escalating violence in the Andean nation and how the fear of terror undermined its democracy, making Peru a virtual dictatorship where official corruption replaced the rule of law. Terrorist attacks by Shining Path insurgents provoked a military occupation of the countryside. Military justice replaced civil authority, widespread abuses by the Peruvian Army went unpunished, and the terrorism continued to spread. Nearly 70,000 civilians eventually died at the hands of Shining Path and the Peruvian military.


Space is limited-RSVP is required.
RSVP to Cynthia Tobar at latona12@earthlink.net by April 9, 2006.


spain


Wednesday, April 12, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Pedro Páramo: Mito y poesía by NYU Professor Eduardo Subirats


The events take place in the first-floor auditorium of NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain
 
 
 
 
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