The recent gentrification processes in Seville lead, among other things, to the gradual disappearance of traditional small businesses. Some, however, resist. Luis Aguilar is the owner of the last coal shop in Seville, a place where time has stopped, a space that retains the essence of an old and familiar business.
In this excellent interview, we meet Maria Pry, coach of Real Betis Féminas, female section of the famous Sevillian football team Real Betis Balompié. For her, and as the title of the interview says, her job as a coach is much more than soccer.
In this interview, Madison Cameron takes us to the peculiar home of David Sánchez Haro, a professional skateboarder who created Skatefilms TV, an audiovisual production company specializing in recording events related to the world of skateboarding.
The Beit Rambam organization helps the small Jewish community in Seville to keep alive some of its traditions. In this work, Rachel Goodman carries out excellent interviews with the president of that association and one of its members, in which they talk about what it means for them to be Jewish in Seville.
In this audiovisual creation, Eliza Radeka explores her past through a poem she wrote in her teens and various images that illustrate it. The autobiographical documentary can be a powerful tool to explore our history and find answers to questions that, at that time, could not be answered.
Excellent portrait by Sarah Davis of the flamenco dancer Federico Núñez, who tells us his story since leaving his native Argentina until he found a place in the flamenco scene of Seville.
Casco Norte – Series V / One of the most emblematic places of Casco Norte is the Casa del Pumarejo. Built at the end of the 18th century, it is now a house where many neighbors live. But not only that: it is a symbol of the struggle of the people of the community to resist…
Casco Norte – Series VII / The Lion of San Marcos is more than a bar. It is one of the main meeting points of the neighbors of the Casco Norte. In her final project, Deanna Starr proposes a visit to this emblematic place that manages to capture its special atmosphere.
Casco Norte – Series VI / With its many spaces dedicated to workplaces and workshops of different types, Pasaje Mallol street can be seen as a gateway to several universes that connect the visitor with the community of Casco Norte in its most creative aspect. Ellie Anderson’s documentary essay poetically expresses this idea.
Casco Norte – Series III / One of the jewels of the district of Casco Norte is its community of craftsmen, in the Plaza del Pelícano. This place, which was the first industrial estate of Seville in the 19th century, is now a center of constant activity where craftsmen of different types coexist and share their knowledge and…