Description of the event
Screening of the movie "El color del Camaleon" and debate with the Belgian/Chilean movie director Andrès Lübbert. After the screening you will have the opportunity to meet Andrès directly and discuss about his movie.
During the Pinochet dictatorship, Jorge Lübbert became an instrument for the Chilean secret services, who forced him to work for them in an extremely violent way. He was able to escape from Chile and became a war photographer based in Belgium. Today, his son Andrés takes him back to the places of his unfinished past. A perplexing political thriller and a touching father-son story.
The Belgian-Chilean Andrés Lübbert has a Master in Audiovisual Arts from the Royal Arts School in Brussels. His documentaries have participated in more than 180 International Film Festivals in 20 countries, and won 29 prizes. Andrés tells stories about his intercultural environment about migration, identity, Human Rights and social issues. He has made several documentaries about the Chilean post-memory.