Love, Women & Flowers by Marta Rodríguez & Jorge Silva / 27 JAN @ST PETER´S

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Marta Rodríguez and Jorge Silva ‧ 1988 ‧ Colombia ‧ 52 mins.

When: Saturday 27 January (Doors Open at 19:30, Screen starts at 20:00)

Where: St Peter’s Church Hall (16 Lutton Place, Newington, Edinburgh, EH8 9PE)

Ages: 14+ accompanied by an adult

What is the cost of producing beauty? In Amor, mujeres y flores Marta Rodríguez explores this question by taking an unflinching look at the toxicity within the flower industry in Colombia, largely occupied by women workers, fuelled by western demand. Turning her camera to document the abhorrent working conditions, Rodríguez exposes the health and environmental ramifications the women are facing on a daily basis. Grounded in intimate testimony from the women, she charts their ongoing struggle and attempts to organise, with the depth of care and acuity, that characterises Marta Rodríguez’ work.

This new restored version of Amor, mujeres y flores had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, and screened as part of the official section of Cannes Classics 2023.

This screening will be introduced by Camilla Baier from Invisible Women.


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