L’Onada. Un documental sobre la Judit Nedderman

L’Onada. Un documental sobre la Judit Nedderman

Judit Neddermann is a prominent artist of Catalan folk music who uses her music to highlight the importance of everyday life and the beauty of existence. Born in Vilassar de Mar, she has drawn constant inspiration from her coastal surroundings for her lyrics and melodies, which resonate deeply with its serenity. Her voice and commitment […]

Ressonàncies (d’una música callada)

Ressonàncies (d’una música callada)

Music which according to its composer is something nobody would understand but that would penetrate the deepest regions of the soul. How can music be “callada” (silenced)? This film offers a sensory cinematic immersion into the delicate and mystical music of Frederic Mompou, described through the reinterpretation of musicians Sergi Sirvent and David Viñolas and […]

Part of Me – Anuar Khalifi BY Yasiin Bey

Part of Me - Anuar Khalifi BY Yasiin Bey

The bond of admiration, respect, and affection between rapper, actor, and activist Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) and the Spanish Moroccan painter Anuar Khalifi, based in Barcelona. Yasiin Bey shares his personal reflections on the themes depicted in his friend’s art, such as immigration, colonialism, and racism.

Hardcore

Hardcore

The story of Rafa, who has been bedridden for over 15 years due to an accident that left him quadriplegic. His mother cares for him around the clock, while he divides his time between watching videos on Taoism and Zen spirituality and composing electronic hardcore tracks. This fascinating portrait raises questions about assisted death, the […]

En mi piel

En mi piel

Members of the Sevillian dance company Flamenco Inclusivo, under the direction of dancer, choreographer, and educator José Galán, take centre stage in this beautiful short film where disability ceases to be a limitation and becomes a point of departure. Flamenco embodies the subversive power of art, empowering diverse bodies on stage.

Dol i fa sol

Dol i fa sol

In their new album, the Catalan group Xiula delves into death and mourning. As both musicians and therapists and educators, they decide to spend a weekend in the countryside with families who have lost loved ones and are willing to share their experiences to collectively create a song. This poignant and unique creative process is […]

Terruá Pará

Terruá Pará

An immersive journey through the diverse music of the Amazon, featuring artists like Doña Onete, Manoel Cordeiro, Keila, Pio Lobato, Toni Soares, Los Amantes, Luê, and Manari Trío. Through their performances and the rhythms and joyful melodies of various artistic movements in Pará (a state in northern Brazil), Terruá Pará leaves lasting moments of pure […]

Jaaa, dat wil ik!

Jaaa, dat wil ik!

The director offers us a candid portrait of his niece, Eline Garcia. She is a cheerful and tenacious young woman with Down’s syndrome and, above all, one big dream: to become a pop star. This short film shows her taking her first steps on a challenging adventure.

Quien no se considere un buen makinero que abandone la sala

Dj Neil, Dj Sylvan i JM Castells - Quien no se considere un buen makinero que abandone la sala

The roots, rise and fall of Makina music explained in first person by the instigators of a musical, social and cultural movement that started in Valencia (with original mixes of EBM, acid-house and goth rock) and quickly spread to Catalonia, where it would become faster and more aggressive, mobilise a legion of kids from the […]

Canción que quema

Canción que quema

After 17 years in the music scene, the Mexican cult rock band San Pascualito Rey returns to the studio to record their fourth album, “Todo Nos Trajo Hasta Hoy”. This marks their most ambitious endeavour, with each song serving as a canvas for the musicians to lay bare their dreams and fears. Along the way, […]