MUEDA MEMORIA E MASSACRE
On 16 June 1960, the Portuguese army executed 600 people from the population in Mueda, Mozambique, on the orders of the Portuguese governor. Since their country's independence, the inhabitants of Mueda relive this event every year by playing the roles of perpetrators, victims and spectators in a play. MUEDA MEMORIA E MASSACRE historically establishes the cinematic memory of the process of decolonisation and the mourning of the Mozambican people.
In cooperation with: Instituts français Paris + Köln
MUEDA MEMORIA E MASSACRE Direction: Ruy Guerra, DCP, OmeU, 75 min. min