Documentary, Anthropology, Cinema, Drama, Educational, Future, History, Human Rights, Identity, Justice, Mental Health, Peace, Politics, Social, Terrorism
The dialogue table of the Townhall of Andoain asked for a report about the human rights violations during the basque conflict.. Different victims of these facts (Mari Paz Artolazabal, Nerea Amuschastegui, Juan José Petrikorena, Imanol Ansa y Jokin Sorozabal) tell their experiences. To know what happened, the diverse stories that exist, the poliedric reality of the conflict and its transmisión to future generations are the roots to avoid the repetition of the violence. To be silent about it doesn’t make it disappear. In fact, the dialogue is necessary to get over and heal wounds.
Selections and Awards:
6th Indie For You Film Festival 12th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Fest, -