Life Is Sacred Film Trailer

Life Is Sacred

Life Is Sacred

Iambic Dream Films, in association with the producers behind the 2014 Oscar® Nominated The Act of Killing, is proud to present a documentary about changing a violent and corrupt country.

THE STORY

This is a story about a fearless politician and his devoted followers. With an army of young people hoping for change, he uses mimes, pencils, flash mobs, and superhero costumes to attack the corruption and violence in Colombia. A young woman falls in love with the movement, but to change a society penetrated by illegality turns out to be much more difficult than she ever anticipated.

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR COLOMBIA

For two generations, we have been bombarded with stories about the evils of Colombia. The image has been one of drug lords, guerrilla groups, paramilitaries, and corrupted politicians that rule over citizens and society. If you are from Colombia, you probably want to share a positive story of change. Share this other face of Colombia; the one of hard working people who tirelessly struggle for a real democracy.

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR THE WORLD

If you are from any other country, you probably want this story to inspire your own politicians and prove that peaceful change is possible, without corruption and violence. Our goal is to open up the debate about morals and politics, not just in Colombia, but everywhere.

Oct

06

Screening at MellemRummet, Copenhagen

Mar

22

Second Screening at Human Rights Watch Film Festival, London

Second Screening of Life Is Sacred at Human Rights Watch Film Festival followed by discussion with Director Andreas Dalsgaard
Time: 6:15 PM

Mar

20

Screening at Human Rights Watch Film Festival, London

Screening of Life Is Sacred at Human Rights Watch Film Festival followed by discussion with Jose Miguel Vivanco, Executive Director, Americas Division, Human Rights Watch
Time: 6:15 PM

Mar

10

Third Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Third Screening of Life Is Sacred at the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Lucerna Small Hall
Time: 22:00PM

Mar

08

Second Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Second Screening of Life is Sacred at the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Municipal Library
Time: 15:00PM

Mar

06

Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Screening of Life is Sacred at One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Svetozor Large Hall
Time: 17:00PM

Nov

13

Screening at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Life Is Sacred Screening at Dagmar Teatret in Copenhagen
Time: 12:00 PM

Nov

12

Extra Screening due to Popular Demand at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Extra screening of Life Is Sacred at Grand Teatret in Copenhagen - Followed by a chance to meet the filmmaker and Katherine Miranda
Time: 9:30 PM

Nov

10

Second Screening at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Second Screening of Life Is Sacred in Copenhagen at Cinemateket followed by a debate with Antanas Mockus, Uffe Elbæk the danish former Minister of Culture and member of Parliament from Alternativet, and democracy expert Bjørn Førde from Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
Time: 4:30 PM

Nov

08

World Premiere at CPH:DOX

World Premiere of Life Is Sacred at The Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival followed by a Q&A with the film director
Time: 9:00 PM

Interview

Life Is Sacred Film Trailer

Oct

06

Screening at MellemRummet, Copenhagen

Mar

22

Second Screening at Human Rights Watch Film Festival, London

Second Screening of Life Is Sacred at Human Rights Watch Film Festival followed by discussion with Director Andreas Dalsgaard
Time: 6:15 PM

Mar

20

Screening at Human Rights Watch Film Festival, London

Screening of Life Is Sacred at Human Rights Watch Film Festival followed by discussion with Jose Miguel Vivanco, Executive Director, Americas Division, Human Rights Watch
Time: 6:15 PM

Mar

10

Third Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Third Screening of Life Is Sacred at the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Lucerna Small Hall
Time: 22:00PM

Mar

08

Second Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Second Screening of Life is Sacred at the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Municipal Library
Time: 15:00PM

Mar

06

Screening at One World Film Festival, Prague

Screening of Life is Sacred at One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague, held in the Svetozor Large Hall
Time: 17:00PM

Nov

13

Screening at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Life Is Sacred Screening at Dagmar Teatret in Copenhagen
Time: 12:00 PM

Nov

12

Extra Screening due to Popular Demand at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Extra screening of Life Is Sacred at Grand Teatret in Copenhagen - Followed by a chance to meet the filmmaker and Katherine Miranda
Time: 9:30 PM

Nov

10

Second Screening at CPH:DOX in Denmark

Second Screening of Life Is Sacred in Copenhagen at Cinemateket followed by a debate with Antanas Mockus, Uffe Elbæk the danish former Minister of Culture and member of Parliament from Alternativet, and democracy expert Bjørn Førde from Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy
Time: 4:30 PM

Nov

08

World Premiere at CPH:DOX

World Premiere of Life Is Sacred at The Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival followed by a Q&A with the film director
Time: 9:00 PM