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During Guatemala's brutal civil war, filmmaker Pamela Yates captured damning footage of the Guatemalan military's campaign against Mayan civilians. Twenty-five years later, her footage became evidence in an international war-crimes case against the former commander of the army. Her quest for justice is the subject of her new film, Granito, which is playing at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in London this month.

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During Guatemala's brutal civil war, filmmaker Pamela Yates captured damning footage of the Guatemalan military's campaign against Mayan civilians. Twenty-five years later, her footage became evidence in an international war-crimes case against the former commander of the army. Her quest for justice is the subject of her new film, Granito, which is playing at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in London this month.