Construyendo la colmena: una entrevista con la Colectiva Colmena Verde

En América Latina, una nueva ola de movimientos feministas se ha extendido, particularmente en los últimos años. Países como Chile, Argentina, Brasil y México han presenciado grandes marchas y huelgas lideradas por mujeres en contra del abuso y la violencia de género. Históricamente, estos grupos de mujeres y sus predecesoras han sentando las bases para la resistencia contra la violencia sistémica y estructural arraigada profundamente en estas regiones. En algunos casos, han podido cambiar y redefinir las políticas al ayudar a pasar leyes para promover la igualdad y abordar la…

Building the Beehive: An Interview with Colmena Verde Collective

EN/ES In Latin America, a new wave of feminist movements has been spreading, particularly in the last couple of years. Countries like Chile, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico have seen huge marches and strikes by women against gender-based violence and abuse. Historically, these women’s groups and their predecessors have been setting the foundations for the groundwork of resistance against systemic and structural violence rooted deeply in these regions. And in some cases, they have been able to change and redefine politics by helping pass laws to promote equality and tackle violence…

Through the Open Lens: An Interview with Consuelo Saldaña

Inspired by organizations such as The International Collective of Female Cinematographers (ICFC) in the United States, female cinematographers around the world are creating their own local associations to support and to promote the work of women in the television and film industries. In Mexico, Apertura DOP recently launched a website/directory featuring the work and contact information of 35 female cinematographers that work in the industry. One of them is Consuelo Saldaña, a director of photography who has been working in film and television for the last decade. For this interview, Saldaña offers her insights, projects, and…