Do you remember the rave scene in the late 80’s and early 90’s? Tracksuits, electronic music and synthetic drugs left a mark in a whole generation. This is the story of the producers who made that scene possible. A voyage 30 years after the beginnings of rave music.
Climate Exodus is a documentary film that follows three women: Lobuin from Turkana (Kenya), who strives to find the last water reserves to survive. Vanesa from Saint Martin Island (France), whose neighbours lost their lives due to violent tornados and hurricanes. She lives in fear because such a thing could happen again anytime and she can not imagine to abandon her home. And Nazma from West Bengal (India), who has lost her crops and lives in an island that keeps sinking everyday. We will follow them in their lives till the moment they have to pack, leave their homes and migrate to another place. Climate Exodus will take us from the individual to the general, raising awareness among viewers and inspiring them to reflect on the issue and approach it through the senses, from a broad and universal perspective.
Boa Mistura, the group of urban artists, has been traveling all over the world for 10 years, with their CROSSROADS project, destined to paint in vulnerable communities to transform them together with the community and strengthen that human bond.
"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.