In 1982, doc filmmaker Pamela Yates traveled to Guatemala to capture both sides of the then-raging civil war, in which the despotic regime of military commander José Efraín Ríos Montt was responsible for the genocide of nearly 200,000 indigenous Mayans. Yates's potent and vibrant footage, which fortuitously included face time with Ríos Montt, became the 1984... More >>>