DOCUMENTARIES CATALOGUE

The following is a description of the documentaries produced by Pressenza that are available under a Creative Commons 4.0 License, which allows TV channels to broadcast them for free. To order trailers or the documentaries themselves, please contact directly the person responsible of each production.

她们感觉到黎明要来了

THEY SENSE IT WILL BE DAWN

Technical details

Year of Production: 2019
Duration: 56′
Format: HD
Display: 16/9
Color: COLOR
Gender: DOCUMENTARY
Shooting Place: CHILE, PERÚ, ECUADOR, COLOMBIA AND MÉXICO
Original Version: Spanish
Narration: Spanish, English.
Subtitles: Spanish, Chinese, English, Italian (French and Greek in progress)

Aníbal Feres directed this documentary requested by China Global Television Network (CGTN) to be broadcasted by the Asian channel on November 9 and 10, 2019. It achieved very important ratings and was released to be broadcast by other channels, such as MNN1 in the United States, TV UNAM in Mexico, Channel 14 and UCR in Costa Rica, Channel 3, Channel 10 and Canal Santa Rosa in Argentina, Channel 3 of La Victoria in Chile, and TeleAntioquia in Colombia, which have already broadcasted it.

Through several interviews, it highlights the work of avant-garde Latin American women, applied to different areas of science and technology in order to contribute to the common social and environmental future. Following them, we travelled to Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Mexico, remaining with the hope of a new dawn.

Trailer: https://youtu.be/047PkjRKau0

Contact: Pía Figueroa piaf@pressenza.com +569 97116536


THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS

Technical details

Year of Production: 2019
Duration: 56′
Format: HD
Display: 16/9
Color: COLOR
Gender: DOCUMENTARY
Shooting Place: SPAIN, USA, CANADA, NETHERLANDS, SWITZERLAND
Original Version: Spanish & English
Narration: Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese, Greek, German, Japanese, French and Swedish. (Russian and Arabic in progress)
Subtitles: Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese, Greek, German, Japanese, French and Swedish. (Russian and Arabic in progress)

On July 7, 2017, 122 countries voted in favour of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. In favour were countries that do not have nuclear weapons but live under the threat of them. The governments of the major nuclear powers did not vote and yet the ban went ahead. Something new was happening.

This documentary directed by Alvaro Orus is about the efforts to incorporate a nuclear weapons ban treaty into international law and the role of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, ICAN, is told through the voices of prominent activists from various organizations and countries as well as the president of the negotiating conference.

It takes the audience through a brief history of the bomb and anti-nuclear activism. It goes on to consider how humanitarian action successfully challenged the dominant security narrative and the historic steps taken since 2010 to make the treaty a reality. Finally, the film shows what anyone can do to help the treaty enter into force and stigmatize nuclear weapons until they are finally eradicated.

Trailer: https://youtu.be/l3_bKtdtqRM

Contact: Tony Robinson tonymrobinson@gmail.com +44 7958 254938


UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME OUR RIGHT TO LIVE

Technical details

Year of Production: 2018
Duration: 56′
Format: HD
Display: 16/9
Color: COLOR
Gender: DOCUMENTARY
Shooting Place: SPAIN, UNITED KINGDOM
Original Version: Spanish
Narration: Spanish, English, French, German and Italian.
Subtitles: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Greek. Turkish and Ukrainian in progress.

The documentary “RBUI, our right to live”, directed by Álvaro Orus, deals with the right of all human beings to subsist simply by being born. It is an idea that already has some history, but that has spread spectacularly in recent years, especially due to the fact that technological development threatens the majority of the population to be unemployed and unable to cover their needs. The documentary is mainly constituted by interviews made not only to the founders, who have been working for more than thirty years on this idea, but also to academics and activists, who tell us about their activities and experiences around the world.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60PcKrrM9zE

Contact: Álvaro Orus Andreu alvarorus@gmail.com +34655756009


BEYOND REVENGE

Technical details

Year of Production: 2016
Duration: 75′
Format: HD
Display: 16/9
Color: COLOR
Gender: DOCUMENTARY
Shooting Place: SPAIN, CHILE, ITALIA AND PERÚ
Original Version: Spanish and Italian
Narration: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian and Portuguese.
Subtitles: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Greek.

“Beyond Revenge” dives into Western history to find out how it came to be a constituent part of our entire culture. We immerse ourselves with the protagonists in the darkness of our feelings to emerge to the possible reconciliation.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtagEfdYct4

Contact: Álvaro Orus Andreu alvarorus@gmail.com +34655756009


TUPAC AMARU, SOMETHING IS CHANGING

Technical details

Year of Production: 2012
Duration: 65′
Format: HD
Display: 16/9
Color: COLOR
Gender: DOCUMENTARY
Shooting Place: ARGENTINA
Original Version: Spanish
Narration: Spanish
Subtitles: Spanish, Italian

By Federico Palumbo and Magalí Buj. Faced with the Argentine crisis of the 1990s, a group of Jujuy people decided to confront the disorder that prevailed at that time. In order to solve the deepest needs of the human being, a neighborhood organization emerged, which began to shape a new model of cooperative of solidarity work. The Tupac Amaru, an example, or a warning.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiBjj_Jl7GY

Contact: Magalí Buj maguibuj@gmail.com +393270246448

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