In July the documentary won the Special Award for the “Best Short Film: Recommended for Schools” at the “Un filme per la pace” Italian Film Festival. Detailed information is available on the following website: www.unfilmperlapace.it
Moreover, it has just been awarded the Audience Award at the 10th International Film Festival for Human Rights – PukaÑawi, held at SAS cinemas in Sucre city, Bolivia last August. You can read the report of the awards ceremony here: http://www.correodelsur.com/local/20150823_festival-de-ddhh-cierra-con-cinco-premiaciones-a-filmes.html
The documentary had previously been selected in festivals such as the “Arraial Cine Fest” in Brazil, the “Artículo 31” Festival in Madrid, the “INSTIDOC – Ciclo do Documentário Institucional” in Mozambique, among others, and will be seen at the 7th Bilbao Invisible Cinema International Film Festival “Film Sozialak 2015”. You will thus be able to see the documentary in Bilbao in October. Further information: http://www.kcd-ongd.org/#!invisible2015/c1fig
Congratulations to the documentary director, Raúl de la Fuente, to its producer, Amaia Remírez, and to the whole team. And there is still more good news: we’ve just started the launching of “Kafana”, the documentary produced by MakingDoc shot in the Sahrawi refugee camps and we will soon create a website where you would be able to find more information on the project.
“A luta continua”: The fight goes on!
Translated from Spanish into English by Silvia Aymerich