The Washington PostFrom civil war to civil protest: A director looks back on three decades of filming Guatemala

Jul 17, 2017 - The Washington Post

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  MEXICO CITY--Over the past 35 years, Pamela Yates, an American filmmaker, has been visiting Guatemala, documenting the often painful sweep of its history, with particular attention to the indigenous Mayan communities. Her first film, "When the Mountains Tremble" (1983), took viewers inside the small Central American country's ferocious civil war, documenting the U.S.-backed military government's scorched earth campaign as it pursued Marxist-Leninist guerrillas. Yates followed that up...

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