Amilcar

Amílcar Cabral (1924-1973) was a thinker and an African leader.
He led the anticolonial armed struggle in Guinea Bissau and Cape Verde against Portugal but was assassinated 8 months before those countries became independent.

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City of the Dead

Death is still a taboo that scares us but also equally arises our curiosity.
This film is a journey to death involving coexistence during one year with the employees of the cemetery and funeral parlour of Palma de Mallorca.

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Machine

Machine is 40 years old, from Senegal, lives in the capital of Guinea Bissau and has devoted his life to jogging.

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Life and death of an architect

“Life and death of an architect” deals with one of the most sordid cases of our history. A murder surrounded by silence, double standards, hypocrisy, homophobia, the tourist boom and corruption.

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Ants and cicadas

Is an art-house experimental documentary about a country and a culture torn between a millenary tradition and vibrant modernity.

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Divine Life

Divine Life is a documentary about the life of three professionals from the realm of religion (a nun and two priests): a divine but also a worldly life about which most people know nothing.

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