Rebecca Wilson

With specific interest in music, film and photography, Rebecca Wilson writes about Latin culture in London, Latin America and Bristol - where she was editor-in-chief of BristoLatino online magazine and events. She focuses non-exclusively on Chile and Colombia - where she worked for a year at El Tiempo newspaper and CRACK production company. Instagram: @rebuenna

Website: bristolatino.co.uk

Posts by Rebecca Wilson:

70s Cuba and Bolivia on Film

By 03 March, 2022

The 1960s and ‘70s were a period of revolution, anti-imperialist struggle, and nation-building. Two films which represent and analyse this period in Latin America are Yawar Mallku (Blood of the Condor) and De cierta manera (One Way or Another).

REVIEW Fantasy and humanity in ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’

By 23 August, 2021

Lauded by Guillermo del Toro and Stephen King, Issa López’s critically acclaimed Tigers Are Not Afraid, a harrowing and enthralling film shown through the eyes of a group of children in Mexico, where the cartel wars – and their devastating effects - are part of everyday life.

REVIEW A Postcolonial Retelling of La Llorona

By 24 July, 2021

Jayro Bustamante’s powerful postcolonial supernatural fable unearths the repressed horrors of the Guatemalan conflict through the story of a young Mayan maid who joins the household of a genocidal general