1966. Nobody could possibly suspect that the biggest-ever accident involving nuclear bombs would take place in a small Mediterranean village. Two US aircraft had just exploded in the air. Three of the bombs were found quickly. And what about the fourth bomb? It is still a mystery today. The classified archives are finally revealed in this documentary.
In 1994, in south Florida, Pablo Ibar was arrested on a charge of triple homicide so brutal, that it shook the very foundations of the community. The murder was recorded on a security camera and the images clearly show two perpetrators executing the victims in cold blood. One of the murderers looks very similar to Pablo Ibar. Pablo still affirms his innocence to this day.
Madrid, after decreeing the state of alarm for the global pandemic of Covid-19. Experts in matters such as health, politics and the economy, create debate and awareness about its precedents, its management, its consequences and how this health crisis comes at a historical moment where the need to, not only address the collapse generated is crystallized for cuts to public health, but also to understand how neoliberalism decides that some lives are more important than others.
The Tallahassee Unified Family Court (Florida) specialises in judicial cases involving minors. It is the only court in the United States that deals with matters relating to children and parents. The families are summoned to this court when accused of abuse, abandon or negligence in regard to the minors. The objective of this court according to the Law is to reunite families as quickly and safely as possible.
The movie takes its inspiration from the words of James Baldwin: “If one really wants to know how justice is administered in a country, one goes to the unprotected and listens to their testimony”.
The irruption of the pandemic has made one of Spain’s economic foundations tumble: tourism. “Here Comes the Sun” offers a sociological, urbanistic, ecological and cultural analysis on the birth and development of the “sun and beach” tourism on the valencian Mediterranean coast.
Four women's lives changed after the war in Syria. Strangers whose paths crossed in the midst of a dire situation: one marked by violence, neglect and death. They now live in Lebanon and Jordan, where together they are rebuilding their own world.