WONDERFUL 

LOSERS

A DIFFERENT WORLD

Documentary Film- 90min

Studio Nominum

Arunas Matelis

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A new documentary by Arūnas Matelis is poetry in motion about the unique side of professional cycling, about the relationship between those, who lead, and those, who are ready to sacrifice themselves to help their teammates achieve the victory.

Documentary Film- 90min

Suica Films 

Rafa Molés & Pepe Andreu

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EXPERIMENT 

STUKA

Spain was in the middle of the Civil War, but they could be at ease. The inhabitants of four tiny villages in the interior of the Castellon Province, right in the Republican zone, went about their business: cattle and crops. Until the ‘Stuka’ appeared in the sky. 40 neighbours died.

 

[m]otherhhod

Documentary Film- 90min

Suica Films 

Inès Peris Mestre, Laura García Andreu

[m]otherhood will make us stop asking women without children why they don’t want to be mothers, because it gives us all the answers. These types of inquiries can become very annoying after a while; at times, the only way to get out gracefully is by smiling and not saying a word. This documentary brings together several women who’ve decided to sound off on the subject, and whose reasons –hard-hitting and solid– knock the concept of contemporary motherhood as an “ideal” off its pedestal.

SARA BARAS

TODAS LAS VOCES

Documentary Film- 90min

Nadie es perfercto 

Rafa Molés & Pepe Andreu

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This is the story of an exceptional artist who puts before us a vital dilemma: there are voices - people - who pull the world forward, improve it. Others that prevent something from changing. We have to decide every day what voices we hear. Sara Baras, one of the best dancers and creators of Flamenco of History, exemplifies through her life and work this universal dilemma.

FIVE DAYS

TO DANCE

Documentary Film- 90min

Suica Films 

Rafa Molés & Pepe Andreu

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A couple of dancers appear one morning in a High School. It's Monday and they announce to a group of youngsters that they have five days to get up on stage and dance. A short time but a big challenge. The dance compels these youngsters to break through their roles exactly at the time of their lives when the social roles are being forged.Professional dancers who have decided now to work with people who have never danced before. This is the challenge: five days, a class of teenagers, a microcosm in which occurs a little big bang.