The Silence of Others


The Main 2 Wed, Apr 10, 2019 5:00 PM
The Main 2 Sun, Apr 14, 2019 9:10 AM
The Main 3 Wed, Apr 24, 2019 2:30 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:El Silencio de Otros
Festival Programs:Cine Latino
Women & Film
Spotlight: Disruption
Human Rights
Social Justice
Women Directors
Release Year:2018
Runtime:96 min
Festivals & Awards:Berlinale Panorama 2018 - Audience Award; Peace Film Prize
FIFDH Geneva 2018 - Special Mention of The Jury
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2018 -Grand Jury Award
HotDocs -Top 10 Audience Favorite
Website:Official Website
Print Source:ITVS
Director:Almudena Carracedo
Robert Bahar
Executive Producer:Pedro Almodóvar
Agustín Almodóvar
Esther García
Justine Nagan
Chris White
Sally Jo Fifer
Sandie Vizquez Pedlow
Producer:Almudena Carracedo
Robert Bahar
Cinematographer:Almudena Carracedo
Editor:Kim Roberts
Ricardo Acosta
Composer:Leonardo Heiblum
Jacobo Lieberman


In Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar's riveting documentary, the lasting ramifications of General Franco's 40-year dictatorship of Spain is laid bare. Focusing on the remaining victims and survivors, the film follows the civilian's fight to move forward in a country still coming to grips with a new democracy. Refusing to accept the erasure of the past, the victims put forth the "Argentine Lawsuit", which seeks to keep the truth and depth of General Franco's crimes against humanity from being shuffled out of the public consciousness. As is made clear throughout the film, the importance of remembrance, of both the lives lost and the horrors committed by the Franco regime, is paramount in protecting the future. Standing against the forced silence, the survivors create a determined movement that refuses to stand down against the injustice of forgetting what must never be allowed to return.

Director Biography

Almudena Carracedo, Robert Bahar

Born in Madrid, Spain, Almudena Carracedo studied film at UCLA. Along with Bahar, she is a lecturer at NYU's School of Journalism.

Robert Bahar was born in Philadelphia. Bahar and Carracedo won an Emmy for their work documentary Made in L.A. (07).


"The Silence of Others must be seen on the big screen where we can appreciate its beautiful imagery and sound, and give our complete concentration to its momentous story about a country that should not forget its history." - Film Inquiry


fleur de junk llc