This documentary explains what film preservation is and why it is needed. It pays homage to film archivists, custodians of film who work behind the scenes, safeguarding the survival of motion pictures.
The identity and the happiness of the canarian are both linked with the way of eating. In Tenerife, there are special food locals called “Guachinches”, they are inside the soul and the heart of the canarian. We will know more about this houses and their users, and it´s evolution in the present time.
"The Painting" is a documentary film and thriller, a plot of mystery regarding a universal work of Diego Velázquez. Las Meninas, the painting which contains the greatest number of riddles in history. A film that toys with the spectator, transforming them into a detective whilst guiding them through the labyrinth of clues that lead to deciphering the secret hidden by Velázquez.
Shot in 4k (UHD), to explain the universe of this exceptional work, there were contributions from the artist Antonio López, and some of the greatest experts in the world, such as Jonathan Brown, Francisco Calvo-Serraller, Fernando Marías, Félix de AzúaJavier Portús,Manuela Mena, the sisters Rocío y Maite Dávila, Antonio Sáseta, Carmen Garrido, Carmen Giménez, José Manuel Valdovinos,Jaime García Máiquez, Enrique Quintana, Matías Díaz Padrón, among others. The film is currently in its final phase of shooting, miniature images and animation (stop motion), that revive the Spanish Golden Age and its mystery. The film will be completed in December 2018. Director Andrés Sanz.
A theatre play, a puppy dog hit by a car, a demonstration of ladies in their 80s on a war footing, a village ruled by women. "Lolas" is not just a documentary; it is a tale of friendship, courage, love and joy of life. The Lolas will make you laugh, cry, learn and, eventually, will steal your heart.
"Monumental" explores the stigma our characters have encountered throughout their lives resulting from their diagnoses of mental illness. We open a path to challenge those prejudices and confront them with our characters truths by traveling with them through their daily lives.
"My Brother Ali" is a feature documentary that traces a seven-year period in the life of Ali, a 21-year-old Somali refugee. Director Paula Palacios not only followed Ali with her camera since 2011, but actively tried to help him resettle and rebuild his life. At some stage Palacios felt Ali might be using her. Now Ali, who hasn’t seen his family for seven years is organising a trip to Kenya to visit them and has invited Palacios to film him.