In this excellent video report, Sarah Davis and Leah Proctor-Ford offer us an observational look at one of the most important events in recent years in Seville: the march for International Women’s Day.
According to INE (Spanish Statistics National Institute), there were 911.300 people in Spain working in the transportation sector in 2016, 553.700 of them on the road. Truck drivers’ work is essential for national economy. Nevertheless, they generally go unnoticed and few of them actually know the extent to which their profession is difficult and risky….
The residency of the Catholic Order of San Juan de Dios, located on calle Sagasta, in the monumental heart of Seville, is home to 80 residents, all in their seventies, eighties, nineties and even beyond. Just as important as the residents and the workers are the 32 volunteers who make many of the activities organized at…
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.
Francisca Medica Caro, a traditional fritter maker from El Rocío, reflects the seasonal work situation that afects many inhabitantsin one of the municipalities with the biggest risk of povertry. – Patricia? – No, Paqui. – How do you spell it?, ¿With a K? – No, with the letter… She stops, she cannot remember how to…
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.