El Rinconcillo is famous for being the oldest bar in Seville, dating back as far as 1670. It is also known for its excellent tapas. In this report by Kelly Pellegrini and Rebecca North we learn a little more about this place.
In this video we meet Belial, drag queen who with her collective Las Niñas performed one of her performances in Seville. The process of preparation and performance is observed by John MacFarlane and Micah Golomb-Leavitt.
During her trip to Italy, Celest Solis had the opportunity to meet Giovanni in her hostel, who prepared a delicious pasta for her and the other people who stayed in the accommodation. Celest portrayed the whole process in an observational style.
The Oleoteca of Seville is a shop specialising in olive oil, the vebta of products related to it and the organisation of tastings to get to know some of its varieties better. Paz Jiménez, its owner, is our guide.
In this work, Anna Morris reflects on the presence or absence in Holy Week in Seville of one of the elements that anyone would consider essential in a religious rite: Silence.
In her search for the presence of the Jews in Seville after the expulsion, Sophie Freedman gets answers about its past, present and future from a History teacher and members of the Beit Rambam community.
Appropriation documentary in which Taylor Newton and Phoebe Gelfman explore the relationship between flamenco and human emotions.
Mockumentary (or fake documentary) in which Caroline Kriesen becomes Carolina the Journalist to investigate the conspiracy behind the low prices of wine and beer and the high prices of water in Seville.
In 2017, a well-known travel magazine recognized Seville as the best city to visit in 2018. In her final project, Arial Nieberding asked herself the following question: Which Seville? Because there isn’t just one. There is the artificial construction that strives to meet the expectations of many of the tourists who visit it and that…
One way to give voice to the protagonists of a documentary is to let them be in charge of part or all of its production. In the case of Bella Humphreys’s final project, the author gives them her camera so that they can record all the images. The decision is not capricious: Bella wants to…