MIES ON SCENE
The story of a building that changed the history of architecture. Its construction and subsequent reconstruction in two key moments of Barcelona immerse us in a reflection on the perception of art, space and the concept of masterpiece. More info: miesonscene.com
60 YEARS OF FAD ARCHITECTURE
Where is the architecture going? After 60 years, the FAD Prize for architecture continues to highlight the best works of the Iberian Peninsula and the evolution of Spanish architecture.
Is there a European identity? The documentary brings together the point of view of 16 architects on a tour through 16 cities. An open debate that doesn’t look for a closed answer, but a continuous reflection to try to understand what is Europe, what distinguishes us, what unites us and what makes us different.
THE COST OF FIGHTING
A life of fighting through non-violent disobedience for the sake of social justice. Someone capable of endangering his own life even in cases where the majority of people would consider lost causes. Albert is one of those persons capable of identifying themselves with any cause that for any reason law fails to protect, and to act for the sake of people’s rights and dignity, in order to make the world a better place. During one of his most serious acts of peaceful disobedience, a 23 days hunger strike, we gave Albert a camera and asked him to sit in front of it every single day to talk about his experience. And so he did.