Vulk ez da (Vulk is not) is a multidisciplinary show that aims to blur the boundaries between live performance and previously recorded audiovisual material in an exercise of self-discovery by the Bilbao based music band Vulk
Jose Julián Bakedano reviews with Benito Ansola his 70s - 2000s filmography.
Mirza Delibašić, a sports legend and a war hero in Bosnia, chose to fight with his people rather than flee away with his family. Today, his son Danko keeps his memory but also an injury from his absence.
A forced disappearance not only ends the life of the person who has disappeared, but also leaves an enormous emotional scar on the families concerned and on society.
Two Basque documentary filmmakers travel through Bosnia looking for teachers who can give an alternative to the public education system that regularly segregates students according to their ethnic origin.
With COVID-19 spreading and lockdown enforced, María Luisa and Mai—mother and daughter—are force to spend a night together.
A young youtuber is facing the challenge of not leaving her room at all. She lives isolated from the world as she recounts her confinement to her channel's followers.
Three characters are about to have the best time of their lives, but a strange phenomenon breaks in.
Four remarkable women to whom exile made them lose their identity and their roots, but also gave them extraordinary lives.
A Basque virologist confines herself to a hi-tech laboratory in search of the Coronavirus vaccine.
The conflict that arises between ‘what needs to be done’ and ‘what should be done’ draws a line that separates empathy from indifference. In this story, the responsibility of the work assigned comes into conflict with the responsibility we have towards people who are suffering. The responsibility of placing ourselves in other people’s position while risking breaking the rules. A simple ‘space’ that the workers leave is, without a doubt, a ray of sunlight and hope in other people’s lives.