The film will be screened on Friday, December 3, at 6:00 p.m. at the NILAS library (Universitetsvägen 10, Hus B, Plan 5) and at 19:15 a debate will take place moderated by Thais Machado, Associate Professor of Latin American Studies at Stockholm University.

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Breve historia del planeta verde - Synopsis

When Tania's grandmother passes away, the old woman legates her most precious asset to her granddaughter: an alien that she has hidden in her home for many years and now must return to her true home. Tania and her friends, Daniela and Pedro, travel from Buenos Aires to a small town in deep Argentina to meet the creature and thus fulfill the posthumous wish of the deceased. Despite the lack of resources, and discrimination by locals due to transphobia and homophobia, nothing stops their dangerous mission.


Santiago Loza (Córdoba, 1971) is an Argentine filmmaker, screenwriter and producer. His debut feature Strange (2002) won the Tiger Award in the Rotterdam Festival competition. Since then all his fiction and documentary feature films were premiered at Cannes, Berlin or Locarno festivals. “Breve historia del planeta verde” won the Teddy Award (Best Queer Film) at the last Berlinale and a Special Mention at the Buenos Aires Film Festival.

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