1 x 46'
The risks of big data
1 x 33'
Who was the indoctrinator of the terrorists behind the Barcelona attacks?
1 x 52'
A must-see documentary for lovers of art and architecture.
26 x 30'
Routes, neighborhoods, quiet corners, people and customs in one of the most fascinating cities in the world: Barcelona.
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 82' / 1x54'
Castells, the popular 210-year old Catalan tradition of building human towers.
What are we really eating when we eat? Is the food we put on our tables really safe?
Franco buried thousands of people in the Valle de los Caídos, a monument that is a symbol of the dictatorship.
The unpublished correspondence between the great musician Pau Casals, and Catalan poet Joan Alavedra.
1 x 78' / 1 x 52'
Appropriation and illegal adoption of hundreds of children in Franco's Spain in the 1960s and 70s.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky's case exemplifies what has happened in Russia since the demise of Communism.
1 x 52'
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 close look at the daily lives of the different immigrant communities living in Catalonia through their gastronomy.
Six balseros set sail from Cuba in small, makeshift craft driven by hopes of starting a new life in the United States.
The Story of One of the Most Iconic Kings in the History of Catalonia
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.
A fascinating 3D-animated journey revealing the hidden elements in some of the most celebrated paintings in the world.
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.