A section for the teenage audience. A new way to travel and discover near and far away realities.
Bikes vs Cars (2015)
The bicycle becomes a powerful tool to face the economic crisis we are living. However, the activists and the cities around the world that fight for that change are confronted by the automobile industry which invests millions of dollars to maintain its business.
Five days to dance (2014)
Two dancers show up one morning in the classroom of a secondary school. They announce to a group of teenagers that they have five days to get on a stage and dance. A tight deadline for a big challenge: to move people when the world is paralyzing us.
Game Over (2015)
A young man obsessed with war games becomes a soldier. But he finds real war boring and returns home to face a family war caused by the economic crisis. Only when he realizes real life is not like in the movies, will he be able to grow up.
Glance Up (2014)
Joan Pahisa is 27 and has a great passion: basketball. This wouldn’t be extraordinary if it wasn’t for a little detail: he is 1 metre high.
Joana Biarnés, una entre tots (2015)
She sneaked into the Beatle’s suite, she tricked Roman Polanski, she was Raphael’s photographer, she chose Massiel’s dress for Eurovision, and Clint Eastwood kissed her once. She was friends with Xavier Cugat, Joan Manel Serrat, the Duchess of Alba, Fernando Rey, el Cordobés, Lola Flores, Salvador Dalí…
Particle fever (2013)
How must have Edison felt when he turned on the first light bulb? Particle Fever opens a window to the lives of the creators of the Large Hadron Collider, those who discovered the God particle . What are we and where do we come from?
The Good Son (2013)
What goes through the mind of a young man who decides to fulfill his dream whatever the cost may be? Where lies the border between self-fulfillment and staying loyal to your family?
The Special Need (2013)
Enea is a 29 year old man with the usual needs of a man his age. What is not so common is his way of expressing those needs. Enena is autistic and he announces his sexual desire with neon lights, often misinterpreting the reactions of the girls he approaches on the street. He needs to learn that the woman that will say yes will probably not be the woman of his dreams.