THE PRIESTS' PRISON

Original title
APAIZ KARTZELA

GENRE
Documentary

STATUS
Completed

SINOPSIS

Between 1968 and 1976, fifty priests, most of them Basque, Galician and Catalan, were imprisoned for showing their rejection of the repression of the dictator Francisco Franco. These priests, sentenced to twelve years in prison for denouncing the oppression of the dictatorship through sermons and confinement, will hardly forget the images of the mutiny broadcast by the international media in 1973. The prison in Zamora (Spain) was burned by the imprisoned priests. The film portrays the experiences of those clergymen who, in difficult times, firmly committed themselves to their society. The history of the prison for priests in Zamora is unknown to new generations and, as we have been told many times, it has not been told either.

YEAR END OF PROJECTS
2021

DURATION IN MINUTES
84 min.

FILMING FORMAT
Full-length film

ORIGINAL VERSION
N/A

SUBTITLES
English, Spanish, Basque, French, ItalianCatalan, Galician

PRODUCTION COMPANY
Maluta* Films
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CONTACT
Irati Lizartza
irati@bitanta.com
+34 722 172 804

DIRECTOR
Ritxi Lizartza
David Pallarès
Oier Aranzabal

SCRIPT
Xabier Etxeberria
Martin Etxeberria
Miel Anjel Elustondo
Jon Mikel Aldanondo

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Fernando Sa

ARTISTIC DIRECTION
Maria Vallejo

EDITION
Maialen Sarasua Oliden

SOUND EDITION
MEDIAVOX

MUSIC
Joserra Senperena

PERFORMERS
N/A

ANIMATION
Kote Camacho

PREMIERE
Giza Eskubideen Zinemaldia

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