DocsBarcelona presents the films in the Docs&Teens section

The 21st edition of DocsBarcelona, which will be held from May 16 to May 27, 2018, warms up with the announcement of the full programme of the Docs&Teens section, aimed at younger audience.

This year we dedicate the Docs&Teens section to highlight climate change, the dangers that our planet faces today, the reality of the global warming and how the place where we are born and live affects us.



This edition proposes four exceptional stories for students. A unique opportunity to awaken the consciences of the youngest while discovering fascinating and real stories through documentary film. All the screenings will be accompanied by a Q&A between the students and the creators of the films and/or experts on the subjects. Docs&Teens is a competitive section and the selected films opt for the Docs&Teens Audience Award, given by the attendees to the sessions.

The Docs&Teens section 2018 consists of the following four documentaries:



Dir. Julia Dahr. 2017, Norway, United Kingdom. 60 min. VOSCat

Time is running out, to change the future of our planet, we need to change our present. TRAILER



Dir. Andoni Canela. 2016, Catalonia. 70min. VO Cat

The story of a ten-year-old boy and his family on an extraordinary journey around the world. TRAILER



Dir. Jehane Noujaim and Mona Eldaief. 2012, United States. 76min. VOSCat

The struggle of a Bedouin woman to change her destiny through solar energy. TRAILER



Dir. Oriol Gispert, Amanda Sans and Lluís Jené. 2017, Catalonia. 65min. VOSCat

Four young girls from four different continents live in conditions of extreme poverty. They all have one thing in common: their fragile situation. TRAILER


We encourage you to participate in this section. All sessions are free.

Hurry up and book your seats, we already have more than 2,000 students enrolled this year!

Pre-booking is necessary!

For more information, visit our website and have a look at our Docs&Teens2018 dossier.

30/01/2018 Festival