Is a Spanish movie (2009) written and directed by Alejandro Amenabar (Chilean) about Hypatia of Alexandria, the female philosopher, professor, scientist, mathematician, astronomer and atheist in the time when women were not even expected to have a public life in the Roman Egypt.
Far from being a feminist or atheist movie it does give a clear view of the separation between science and religions and gender equality and political power. Its really not the best historical drama you will see but its a very provocative film to watch in these Easter-religious days.
Los protagonistas de este vídeo animado son unas mazorcas de maíz transgénico víctimas del uso de los alimentos para llenar el depósito de los coches. El cortometraje, que dura unos 5 minutos y 30 segundos, está elaborado por Veterinarios sin Fronteras y Citoplasmas. Dirigido por Eduard Puertas e Irene Iborra (Barcelona), “Quiero ser tortilla” es uno de los finalistas de Videodiversidad 2008.
“There is one thing that is stronger than all the armies in the world, and this is an IDEA whose time has come”