Migration is mostly to escape insufferable situations and to find better ones. A group of Senegalese men survive selling on the streets and beaches. Being so far apart from relatives and partners adds to their difficulties.
Freedom of choice, cultural expression and family trauma are the main topics of a festival that is now in its 26th edition and that this year, in London, takes place from 17 to 25 March. In it, the Seventh Art portrays individuals and communities that stand in solidarity to create […]
In Spain, Pedro Almodovar’s fame and international recognition do not always find appropriate spaces, but his luck changes in other scenarios. His latest film, “Parallel Mothers” came away empty-handed from the 36th edition of the Goya Awards, and something similar happened at the Spanish Film Academy with his Oscar […]
Fleeing the Portuguese dictatorship with his family in 1965 shaped his desire to investigate the interior and exterior reality of emigration. Jose Vieira speaks about the shame of being forced to leave your roots for economic and political reasons. When politicians criminalize migrants, while permitting their exploitation, film must speak out.
In the remote environment of La Rinconada, the devil receives the ritual payment for the successful mining of gold, but how much of the material profit goes into the pockets of those in power? Filming with consent in such an isolated and lawless area requires a lot of diplomacy. […]