Chavismo: The Plague of the 21st Century
|Chavismo: The Plague of the 21st Century|
|Spanish||Chavismo: la peste del siglo XXI|
|Directed by||Gustavo Tovar-Arroyo|
Chavismo: The Plague of the 21st Century (Spanish: Chavismo: la peste del siglo XXI) is a 2018 documentary film directed by Gustavo Tovar-Arroyo. The film is an analysis of the causes, social, political and economic that caused the rise of Hugo Chávez as president of Venezuela; his abuse of power and the response of civil society, including the student movement; his political fall as well as the secrecy that surrounded his illness and the succession of Nicolás Maduro.
The documentary film was awarded as the best documentary in the New York International Films Infest Festival.
- ""Chavismo: la peste del siglo XXI" es premiado como mejor documental en Nueva York" (in Spanish). El Nuevo País. Retrieved 11 December 2018.
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