ESPAÑOL / download PDF November 6th, 2015 marked the 40th anniversary of the beginning of the green march, which concluded with the occupation of the western Sahara, the former Spanish province and colony in west Africa, by morocco. At the time, Fernando Peraita, president of the association of friendship with the Sahrawi people in Seville, was a…
Camp “Dignidad” (Dignity) is home to 19 of the more than 800 homeless people that live in Seville; evicted from their homes, jobless, foreign or sick. amongst them, there is also a poet, Manuel.
One of Seville’s most popular products is orange wine. Vanessa Kahn draws a delightful portrait of one of the city’s iconic places to enjoy this product.
This is the interesting and metaphorical reflection of Emma Decker on the curious destiny that some pets sometimes have when they grow up and their owners wonder what to do with them. In the video, Decker offers several points of view that provide material for discussion.
In her final project, Elizabeth Kapsner asks the following question: “What is the secret of the happiness I perceive in the Sevillians? In her video, she tries to find an answer.