PRESENTE ahora y siempre (PRESENT, now and always) takes us on a journey to meet people from Anna Haydock-Wilson’s home town and to hear their views on their challenges, societies and environments.
This film weaves together stories of how ordinary people inhabit their lives while facing challenges of war, dictatorship and inequality, using interviews, recycled footage from Little Fish Films’ archives, and poetry to construct narratives.
Voices have been recorded from phone calls, street conversations, youth forums, events and protests and the film is divided in to a series of ‘sketches’ about migration, exile, asylum, communities and regeneration.
Through her own experience and those of her friends and family Anna explores how global and local inequalities and conflict can impact on our circumstances and disturb the spaces we try to make our lives in.
PRESENTE is created in 5 sections and looped- you are invited to enter the story at any point.
Camera, interviews & editing: Anna Haydock-Wilson
Music: Liz Purnell
Poetry: Rosy Wilson
2019 Interviewees: Rosy Wilson, Carlos Sanhueza, Paulo Sanhueza, Janet Currier & Sarah Corbett
Maybe this is the Place read by Liz Hart
Interviewee: Rosy Wilson
Emigrant Path read by Liz Hart
Interviewee: Carlos Sanhueza
Extracts from Pasaporte a la Justicia 1999 Produced by: Little Fish Films with Paulo Sanhueza, Alberto Amortegui, Anna Haydock-Wilson & Miguel Amortegui
His Beautiful Country read by Liz Hart
Original music & Testimonials: Lewisham College Drama students 2003
Interviews: Paulo & Carlos Sanhueza
Sunday Morning in Deptford read by Sarah Corbett
Voices of kids from Deptford & New Cross 1999-2002
The Day Thatcher Died read by Anna Haydock- Wilson
Some of the content could be distressing.
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