10 x 25'
1 x 73'
The search for missing persons and the struggles of their families.
1 x 45'
A gripping odyssey through the emotions sparked by colors.
1 x 60'
1 x 72'
A step backwards regarding fundamental freedoms in Europe
1 x 55'
Distressing Accounts of Gender-based Violence.
1 x 52'
The Catalonia conflict. Recalling the events one year later.
A Chronical of an Unforgettable Day
A Chronicle of a Colossal Building
1 x 47'
Life beyond the current limits is possible
1 x 58'
The amazing story of a great discovery.
1 x 40'
1 x 43'
Catalan independentism spurs the Spanish extreme right wing
1 x 50'
Times of Change
1 x 44'
Is Catalonia a Spanish internal affair or a conflict which will decisively mark Europe?.
Justice or Persecution?
1 x 33'
Who was the indoctrinator of the terrorists behind the Barcelona attacks?
Singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat recalls childhood memories and experiences
A reflection on the consequences of not choosing vaccination
Have antibiotics ceased to be effective?
1 x 35'
IIlegal street vending
What should 21st Century zoos be like?
A very special documentary that helps restore our faith in humanity.
Disabilities, Sexuality and Professional Sexual Assistants
13 x 40'
Lives that Save Lives
Which comes first, the pill or the illness?
A little-recognized reality
A must-see documentary for lovers of art and architecture.
1 x 42
An open debate and a thought-provoking documentary.
St. Daniel Monastery: 1000 Years of Monastic Life
1 x 74'
How far can you take your fantasy? Are you ready to face real life?
3 x 55'
A reflection on the subject of impunity
The story of a tragic fire described by those who battled it.
A human and moving portrait of F.C. Barcelona coach, Tito Vilanova.
"Whoever saves one life saves the entire world." Hebrew proverb
In order to better explore, understand and explain what is unfolding in Afghanistan, journalist Mònica Bernabé dressed in black for eight years.
14 Promising Players and a Star
26 x 30'
Routes, neighborhoods, quiet corners, people and customs in one of the most fascinating cities in the world: Barcelona.
36 x 30' / 13 x 40'
Routes, Cuisine, Landscapes and Culture in Undiscovered Areas of Catalonia
1 x 92'
In the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, battles were also waged in the cinemas.
A History of the Catalonia's Resistance to the Bourbon Armies in 1713 and 1714
1 x 53'
1 x 82' / 1x54'
Castells, the popular 210-year old Catalan tradition of building human towers.
The child who dreamed of counting even the most remote lakes.
Evangelical Christianity in the United States: faith or marketing? Church or business?
An emotional journey at the heart of Flamenco.
What are we really eating when we eat? Is the food we put on our tables really safe?
1 x 56'
The Makings of a Genius
A Genius' Obsession with Science
Dali in front of and behind the camera
49 x 60'
Music from Within
Curious about science
An intimate look at the life of soprano Victòria dels Àngels.
A story of determination, solidarity and team work.
Franco buried thousands of people in the Valle de los Caídos, a monument that is a symbol of the dictatorship.
The steps along the rocky road to peace.
A portrait of Basque society one year after ETA's announcement to end its armed struggle.
The unpublished correspondence between the great musician Pau Casals, and Catalan poet Joan Alavedra.
1X73' - 1X55'
Jordi Savall talks about his music and his work.
Restoring historic memories is the right of those who suffered during the second World War
A number of new nations are just waiting to be born. What about Catalonia?
1 x 78' / 1 x 52'
Appropriation and illegal adoption of hundreds of children in Franco's Spain in the 1960s and 70s.
A look further into the death of Peter "The Great"
Tea time with the artist Antoni Tàpies and his wife Teresa
Mikhail Khodorkovsky's case exemplifies what has happened in Russia since the demise of Communism.
It is a story about an extraordinary man at a crucial moment in his personal life,
The story of the first train in Europe to deport civilians to a Nazi death camp.
People with mental health disorders talk frankly about how they feel, and what it is like to live with mental problems.
A documentary on the vicissitudes of anarchist ideology.
1x56' - 1x90'
A close look at the daily lives of the different immigrant communities living in Catalonia through their gastronomy.
'The King of Fake
One of the darkest secrets in Spain's recent past
An eternal rivalry
Unusual places and sights.
1x30' - 1x58' - 1x75'
Life in slums
An icon against fascim and barbarism
Barcelona's world-class soccer players teaching kids football at the club's ground.
A Look at the Architect's Work Through His Own Thoughts
Six balseros set sail from Cuba in small, makeshift craft driven by hopes of starting a new life in the United States.
Spectacular aerial footage of the Pyrenees
The Story of One of the Most Iconic Kings in the History of Catalonia
The Life and Work of a Universal Architect
A true story from Spain's past related by eyewitnesses
Like so many Catalans in the 19th century, Facund Bacardí emigrated to Cuba in search of a better life and the chance to strike it rich. When a French merchant told him his secret formula for a new kind of quality rum, Facund set to work.
A portrait of the engineer Ramon Perera, an unsung hero, who designed bomb-resistant air raid shelters that saved thousands of lives in Catalonia.
George Orwell and his fighting for the Republican cause in Catalonia during the Spanish Civil War.
The process that, over thousands of years, has led to digitalization.
A fascinating 3D-animated journey revealing the hidden elements in some of the most celebrated paintings in the world.
Mallorca in the Artist's Life and Work
The Man Who Wanted to Murder Painting
In 1940, 927 Spanish Republicans who had sought refuge in France after the Spanish Civil War were forced to board a freight train at Angoulême station in southern France. Destination: Mauthausen.