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"Gesto" is a journey through the memory of Basque pacifism that for 30 years worked for peace and against violence in Euskal Herria. The main character of "Gesto por la paz" through the visualization of images from the past, invites the audience to discover that the fundamentals, actions and ethical principles of the pacifist organization are still valid today.View +
KEPA JUNKERA. COME TO LIFE AGAIN
Kepa Junkera left the stage on the 6th of December of 2018 in Ghent, Belgium. He vanished, his accordion went silent. The news mentioned a stroke, an urgent admission to hospital, a recovery process, and then nothing. The self-taught Basque artist who had elevated the trikitixa and the popular Basque music to their highest level, who had released an album almost every year during his 40-year career, disappeared without a trace.View +
“Bi arnas” is a testimony about torture. It reflects injustice and presents a conversation which has never been heard before. There are two protagonists: a mother, Maria Nieves Diaz, and her tortured daughter,Iratxe Sorzabal. This documentary tells the story of two breaths: on the one hand Iratxe Sorzabal breath; on the other, her mother`s, Mari Nieves Diaz. Both, each on their own way, have been suffocated by torture.View +
Ander believes that, like many others, what his father suffered in prison was torture. While he resolves his suspicions, he immerses himself in the world of forensic doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists and lawyers who have elaborated the "Research project on torture and ill-treatment in the Basque Country between 1960-2014". Along them, he delves into concepts such as psychological torture or the Istanbul Protocol, giving us an insight into the reality of torture in the global north.View +
If You Wish to Make an Apple Pie
After living a clandestine love story for 8 years with her Hindu partner, circumstances force Muslim artist Dorine to return to her family in another state of India. She is forced to adapt again to an iron discipline governed by her father, a fervent believer in Islam. Locked in her room, she draws in profound silence, each line reflects a feeling, be it light or darkness. Her paintings speak for her, they reflect her deep sensitivity, her deepest conflicts, her strength and her vulnerabilities.View +
THE RITE OF SPRING
THE RITE OF SPRING is a story about growing up and learning to relate to pleasure and fear, who one truly is and about how the most unexpected encounter can change our life.View +
Izaro and Clara, both 17, work as instructors at a children’s summer camp. On a hot summer’s day, Clara gives her friend Izaro a passionate kiss. Izaro, filled with desire, feels confused as she tries to process what has happened to her and is willing to follow wherever Clara wants to take her.View +
An actress and a filmmaker rehearse a film script. The script gathers fragments from the diary that María Dolores González Katarain, Yoyes, wrote during her exile in Mexico between 1980 and 1985, right after she quit ETA, the armed organization she had led for some time. As the script unfolds, glimpses and references to other women gradually emerge amidst Yoyes' words: Ulrike Meinhof, Simone de Beauvoir, Rocío Díazescobar, Alexandra Kollontai, Tina Modotti. Meanwhile, it gets darker outside.View +
MY GRANDFATHER DEMONS
Rosa leads a life fully devoted to her work. The death of her grandfather triggers a sudden stress attack that makes her question her life choices. Rosa sets out to find the place and memories form her childhood. Besides the people she will establish new ties with, she will meet a group of clay demons modeled by her grandfather, which sometimes seem to come to life to advise, guide or console her, just like her grandfather would have.View +
KIMA & AMIK
KIMA lives in town, AMIK lives in a farm. KIMA and AMIK are cousins. There’s nothing KIMA loves more than visiting her cousin in the countryside. There’s nothing AMIK loves more than visiting his cousin in town. KIMA is AMIK spelt backwards. And indeed, as their names suggest, most of the time KIMA and AMIK want opposite things. But that doesn’t stop them from always finding a way to play and have fun together.View +