Andrés, a nervous kid, lives waiting for the trial of a crime that took place five years ago; though he is not guilty, he could still be sentenced to twelve years in prison. The trial's announcement brings his friend Nathanael back to the neighborhood, and this friend tries to help Andrés find his way to freedom. His return makes Andrés realize that to build a future, he must first face the past, and with it, a group of friends, crushed by the judicial process, must rely on each other like a family.
Burnin’ Percebes (Juan González y Fernando Martínez)
Berta is a single, young, and driven mother. She lives a summer-love with Javi, a peculiar man passing through her life and Margot, her daughter. Every summer-love comes to an end, and this one is today, that's the way it should be. Everything gets twisted when the ship that had to pick Javi up doesn't show up. Berta now faces what she feared most, a relationship, and one that has sown a germ.
In a few months, Kutupalong refugee camp has become the largest in the world. A labyrinth of makeshift shelters, home to 700 000 Rohingyas. In this place out of space and time, is it still possible to exist?
In 1974 Werner Herzog walked from Munich to Paris, an act of faith to prevent the death of his mentor Lotte Eisner. In 2020, a young filmmaker walks following in Herzog ́s footsteps in an act of love to one of the best filmmakers of our time. A journey through villages, nature, loneliness and cold, looking for the meaning of filmmaking. Including fragments of the book "Of Walking in Ice" by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog narrated by himself exclusively for the film, DEAR WERNER (Walking on cinema) is a We love cinema production, with the collaboration of La Cinémathèque Française and Werner Herzog
"9 Sevillas" is a heterodox psycho-geographical profile of the new flamenco in Seville. Nine characters coexist with great flamenco artists of today: Israel Galván, Rocío Márquez, El Niño de Elche, Rocío Molina, Silvia Pérez Cruz, Rosalía...
Two Spanish women from different generations coincide in a hospital room in Belgium. María (Petra Martínez) has been living there for decades after emigrating when she was young, and Verónica (Anna Castillo) is a girl recently arrived in search of opportunities she never found in Spain. A strange friendship is forged between them which will lead María to set out on a return journey to the south of Spain with an unusual mission. What begins as a journey in search of Verónica's roots will become an opportunity to question certain principles on which she had based her life.
Early 70’s in a small secluded Andalusian village. Deep tensions are reignited in the wake of the death of the elderly matriarch, Maria Cisneros, and the arrival of her long-gone son. As the struggling sisters prepare the funeral, a black stain involving the local priest re-surfaces. Facing the threat of destitution, exile, and rejection by neighbors, family power dynamics implode to a tragic end.