Graphic of protesters running in Paris. | Cronografia

Cronografía is a series of short animated films that shine a light on world history events through music. 

Season 1 focuses on social, political, economic, and cultural movements around the world, including the Colombian peace process, the Zapatista Movement in Mexico, and the 1968 revolt in Paris.

The series is produced by our Colombia-based public media partner Canal Trece.

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May 1968

In May 1968, Paris was home to student protests that questioned power and a system that considered the student as someone who could not be active in politics. Students were joined by workers, intellectuals and citizens. It was a movement that questioned the French social reality in aspects such as work, thought and bourgeois becoming.

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Chilean Dictatorship

On September 11, 1973, a military command took over the facilities of the Palacio de la Moneda in Santiago, overthrowing President Salvador Allende. Under the tutelage of General Augusto Pinochet, Chile begins a life of 17 years of dictatorship in which there was censorship, curfews, exiles, missing civilians and a dirty war.

Uruguayan Dictatorship - Gaucho Power Lives On

The Uruguayan civic-military dictatorship lasted between 1973 and 1985. It was a period during which Uruguay was ruled by a military government that did not abide by the Constitution and emerged after the coup of June 27, 1973. This period was marked by the prohibition of political parties, the illegalization of trade unions, the media, the persecution, imprisonment and murder of opponents of the regime.

Cuban Revolution

In 1959, an insurgent commando led by Fidel Castro took power on the island of Cuba, overthrowing the regime of Fulgencio Batista. From that moment, the Cuban nation began its development linked to communism in principle and then to a socialist model that is currently in force. This has been one of the most remembered social processes of the 20th and 21st century, which divided the history of that country and the continent in two.