SPAIN, 80’

A group of refugees of different nationalities arrive in the south of Spain, in the city of Seville, where they are welcomed in a former outlying puticlub which has now been converted into a reception centre for asylum seekers and international protection. All of them receive the Red Card that accredits them as refugees and will have to face the challenge of reconstructing their new life in Spain. In one year they will have to learn Spanish, look for work, find a home and get to know the Spaniards through their culture and customs.

J. A. Moreno Amador has directed “Boxing for Freedom” and “Palabras de Caramelo” among others. His productions have been in more than 300 festivals. He has received the Reina Sofia Prize for Social Communication and the Excellence Prize awarded by the Carlos III University. He has studied Documentation, Scriptwriting, Journalism and International Relations. He teaches in the Master of Documentaries of the UC3M and in the Lens School. He is a member of the European Film Academy and the Spanish Film Academy.

Making DOC
We are a production company created by the directors J.A. Moreno and Silvia Venegas. Our productions have participated in more than 300 festivals and have received more than 100 awards including the Goya Award for Best Documentary Short in 2015 for “Walls”, the nomination of “Palabras de Caramelo” and the selection of “Boxing for Freedom” in the European Film Awards. Our productions have received the support of the ICAA, EUROPA CREATIVA, IBERMEDIA, the Junta de Extremadura and the Comunidad de Madrid.

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