160 meters : A Story About Rock in Bizkaia introduces the close link between Rock music and the urban transformations that took place on both banks of Bilbao’ estuary from the late 80s on.
160 meters is the distance between both banks of the Nervion River, mute witness of Bilbao’s sociological and economical turmoils in the 80s and the 90s. The city wouldn’t be the same today without this very cultural effervescence and bands as eskorbuto, Parabellum, El Inquilino Comunista, Los Clavos, etc. More
‘Ceuta, prison by the sea’ tells the path of five migrants in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, Northern Morocco. They have left everything they had to try their luck into Europe only to find themselves locked up in an open sky prison, at the gates of Europe. They cope with both the hopes of obtaining a pass and the fear of being deported to their countries. More
More than 66 million school-aged girls do not attend primary nor secondary school worldwide. In the Briqueterie, a disadvantaged district of Cameroon’s capital city Yaoundé, 52% of them do not attend school. These girls are Haoussa, a community from Northern Cameroon, the same community the terrorist group Boko Haram comes from. Its name means ‘Western education is a sin’. Especially for girls… More
The elderly, a growing part of the population, are often abandoned in a society where families are no longer able to take care of the ancients. Retirement homes are the last alternatives where we delegate what we can’t take alone… More