Program Festival · MemoriJove ·
Films Festival · MemoriJove ·
If we save the seals, who will save the Eskimos? Inuit people’s voice is facing the big environmental groups to defend the base of their economy and their lifestyle, the hunt of seals. A debate between the struggle for the environment and the survival of Inuit culture and tradition.
Anything for fame
Ava slips into an airplane bathroom, adjusts her phone settings—and licks the toilet seat. Her TikTok account explodes. Within hours she’s getting interview requests from international media. As the Internet upends traditional notions of celebrity, Anything for Fame journeys into the virtual Wild West to profile an ambitious and reckless breed of content creator. Hungry …
Apple: The Trillion Dollar Betrayal
Apple is the most valuable company in the world and has a role in our lives like no other. From smartphones to smart watches, earbuds to computers, the technology it has popularized has revolutionized the modern age and reshaped our relationships with each other and our environment. But a company that started out as the …
In 2016, two filmmakers visit the Spanish Film Library to look for a censored documentary from the early 1980s. There they find 260 rolls of negatives, which had been left out of the final version. The forgotten images of a banned film come to life on the screen, 40 years later, to talk about censorship.
How deep can you go on a single breath? We immerse ourselves in the extraordinary story of diver Jacques Mayol, the first to reach 100 metres below the sea without artificial breathing, and who revolutionized freediving by introducing yoga and Zen techniques.
Germany received one million people during the year 2015 following a large open-doors tradition with the refugees. In Dresden, citizens implicated in receiving displaced have to face groups of extreme right that refuse immigrants.
In the middle of the Civil War, and with the front still far away, the inhabitants of four tiny towns of Castellón see three planes appear on the horizon. Some children start to say hello, adults look at them with innocence and curiosity. But the planes maneuver, they crumble and bomb houses, churches and city councils. They kill 38 neighbors. They never knew who was responsible. Until now.
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How does poverty affect four girls from other continents? Four girls from four different continents are followed during their birth and their first year of life. All of them have in common their fragile situation of extreme poverty. Ten years later, we find them again to observe the current situation of their families and countries.
Free Lunch Society
Will universal basic income make people lazy? Or will it free them? The debate on the sustainability of a basic income for those over 21 is on the table. Economists and politicians study the opportunities and risks of this proposal and questions about human psychology and nature come into play.
A young man obsessed with war games becomes a soldier. But he finds real war boring and returns home to face a family war caused by the economic crisis. Only when he realizes real life is not like in the movies, will he be able to grow up.
La batalla per les xarxes
Currently 5 billion people own a mobile phone. More than half of them are smartphones. Millions of texts, images and videos circulate daily through social networks worldwide, from dictatorships to the most consolidated democracies.
Who was behind Caterina Albert? Actress Míriam Iscla discovers the story of the woman who hid herself behind the nickname of Víctor Català. Caterina Albert was a distinguished writer in Catalan language and a pioneer in the feminist fight through literature.
Les 7 vides d’Eduard Toda
The incredible but forgotten life of Eduard Toda, a great figure from Reus who lived in the Catalonia of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. He was the first Egyptologist of Spain, he discovered the Catalan roots of Algherese and he was the rebuilder of Poblet monastery.
Miró contra Miró
Miró is very well known as the luminous artist, the one that is in constant search of the inner child, the surrealist who took part of the abstract movement with its explosion of color. However, the truth is that there is a Miró of tortured figures.