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Visual Infrastructures: Lunchtime Film Screenings

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Film screening and discussion. All welcome.

No Angulo Das Ruas/ Around Corners By Ines Alves

Lourenço Marques and Maputo, two cities separated by time, that occupied the same space. But the dimensions of one get mixed up with the past events of the other. It’s been 41 years since João, a Portuguese man, the father of the director, left Mozambique. This was one year after the country became independent from Portugal. In this film the director travels to Maputo, the capital, former Lourenço Marques, for the first time, bringing her father’s memories and the desire to meet the people that live in this post-colonial city today.

This talk is part of the Infrastructural Geographies - Department of Geography series.

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