Pamela Yates descubre que se equivocó una escena de su película, vuelve a Guatemala para investigar.
Filmmaker Pamela Yates finds out she got a scene in her film When the Mountains Tremble wrong, and returns to Guatemala to investigate.
Filmed in 1982 at the height of the Guatemalan Army's repression against the Mayan indigenous people, this film describes the struggle of the largely Indian peasantry against a heritage of state and foreign oppression.
Guatemala, 1982. El ejército intensifica la represión contra los indígenas maya.
A forensic archivist and a forensic anthropologist explain the steps that led them to uncovering the stories of those disappeared during the Guatemalan genocide.
A young woman tells the story of her father's disappearance during the Guatemalan genocide.
Filmmaking team Pamela Yates, Peter Kinoy and Paco de Onís discuss the Guatemalan genocide.
The extraordinary story of how a film, aiding a new generation of human rights activists, became a granito — a tiny grain of sand — that helped tip the scales of justice.