Septiembres

Carles Bosch (2007)
The documentary tells the emotional story of the finalists of the competition that the Madrid prison of Soto del Real organizes every September among several inmates from the surrounding prisons, to choose the best singer of the year.

138 segons

Joan López Lloret (2012)
Josep Gironès, “the boy from Gràcia”, a European champion boxer on several occasions who was President Companys’ escort during the Republic.

Reyita

Elena Ortega i Oliva Acosta (2006)
Mª de los Reyes Castillo Bueno “Reyita”, is a black woman, poor, mother of eight children and victim, from a very young age, of racial discrimination for being the only black daughter in a mulatto family.

B-Side

Eva Vila (2008)
In B-Side, two worlds destined to understand each other converge: the city and music.

Barnils tal com raja

Laia Soldevila i Albert Lloreta (2013)
Ramon Barnils (1940-2001) was a journalist with a corrosive style and critical spirit towards the dominant discourse.

Àngels a Berlín

Ferran Llagostera (2013)
“Angels a Berlin” is the story of the “L’Orquestra Bona Sort”, a musical group made up of people with mental health problems.

Con la Música a otra parte

Jordi González Castelló (2014)
With Music in Another Part is a feature-length documentary about how the digitization of music has changed our lives.

Ajoblanco, Crónica en rojo y negro

David Fernández de Castro (2015)
Identified with libertarian ideals, without proposing it, they agreed with the Francoists and… the Communist Party!

El hogar de las niñas

Raúl Roda i Marcel Cifré (2015)
In West Bengal, in the middle of a tropical forest near Calcutta, there is a residence that houses 300 girls considered untouchables.

Lucio

Aitor Arregi i Jose Mari Goenaga (2007)
In West Bengal, in the middle of a tropical forest near Calcutta, there is a residence that houses 300 girls considered untouchables.

Els límits de la Costa Brava

Antoni Martí (2003)
“The landscape is like an open book, it is the best place for human beings he has written his history” (Ivette Barbaza).