'Venezuela Bolivariana: People and
Struggle of the Fourth World War'
examines the Bolivarian Revolution of
Venezuela as connected to the world-wide
movement against capitalist globalization.
The film shows the evolution of the popular
movement in Venezuela from the 'Caracazo'
riots of 1989 to the massive actions that
brought revolutionary president Hugo
Chávez back to power, 48 hours after a
U.S.-led military coup in 2002. The focus of
this 76 minutes documentary is how the
Bolivarian Revolution, thanks to its
incredible grassroots and networking
power, is a revolution that transcends the
national frontiers of Venezuela and
contributes with concrete alternatives to the
fight against neoliberal capitalism.
Director: Marcelo Andrade
Producer: Felipe Garcia, Lino Andrade
Executive Producer: Jose Andrade
(Venezuela) Digital Video