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Bolivian Women

Credits

 

2015
Documentary. HD. 54′.

Directed by: Mariano Agudo
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes, Mariano Agudo
Music: Enrique de Justo, Coco Carmona
Editor: Fabiola Sialer, Andrés Zoilo
Script: Chaska Mori, Mariano Agudo
Sound Editor: Carlos Pérez
Visual Effects: Kiko Romero
Digital Copy: Guillermo Marrufo

Synopsis:
A woman goes everyday 100 m (328 feet) below ground level to survive.
A girl uses hip hop as a tool for social change.
An anarchist woman stands for election.
A girl covers her face to avoid being recognized while working.
Four women, four stories, a country struggling to change its fate: Bolivia.

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Links

 

Myspace de Nina Uma

http://www.myspace.com/ninauma/

Bolivian Women

Samba, A Name In The Sand

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Credits

OCTOBER 2017
Documentary. HD. 70′

Directed by: Mariano Agudo
Director‘s Assistant: María Rodríguez
Script: Mahmoud Traoré, Mariano Agudo
Cinematography: Mariano Agudo, Eduardo Montero
Sound: Daniel de Zayas
Editor: Kiko Romero
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes
Music: Enrique de Justo, Birane Amar Wane, Luís Navarro
Producer: Ana Valero
Research: Agustín Toranzo
Sound Editor: Carlos Pérez, José Tomé
Edit Assistant: Andrés Zoilo
Visual Effects: Kiko Romero, Abel Fernández

Featuring:

Mahmoud Traoré, Patricia Fernández, Spitou Mendy, Seidou Kande, Bea Moreno, Paula y Candela, Antonio Troyano, Mamadou Sow, Fatumata Traoré, Mariama Traoré, Fatou Diallo, Abdul Karim Sall, Tidjane, Demba Balde.

Samba’s Family

Father Demba Banjai, Mother Sire Diao, Second Wife Penda Diao, First Wife Sira Valde, Brother Galo Banjai, Daughters & Sons Sira, Ramatoulaye, Seynabou, Kadidiatou, Ousmane, Coumba, Mouhamadou.

Synopsis:

Mahmoud, a Senegalese youth man who arrived in Europe in 2005 after jumping over the fence of Ceuta, investigates the death of Samba, a fellow citizen who disappeared while a group of which he was part tried to swim across the border of Ceuta and the Guardia Civil made use of anti-riot material to avoid it.

In this search, Mahmoud will make the opposite way to the one he made in his migratory adventure. During his route he reconstructs what happened and we can put a face to Samba, one of the people who died on February 6, 2014 at El Tarajal beach.

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Achievements

Festival de Nuevo Cine Andaluz de Casares. Premio ex-aequo al Mejor Documental. 2017

Festival de Cine de Sevilla. Panorama Andaluz. 2017

II Festival de Cine y Derechos Humanos de Madrid. Premio al Mejor Largometraje. 2017

Ariano International Film Festival. Irpinia (Italia). Primer Premio Sección “Diverso e Uguale”. 2018

IV FICNOVA 2018. Varias ciudades. Premio al Mejor Largometraje. 2018

Samba, A Name In The Sand

The Search

Credits

JULY 2018.
Documentary. 74′ 35”. Color.

Director, Script and Cinematography: Mariano Agudo, Daniel Lagares
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes (Intermedia Producciones), Rolando Toledo (LaMula.Pe)
Music: Chano Díaz Limaco
Sound: Daniel de Zayas
Direct Sound: Daniel de Zayas, Carlos Pérez, John Figueroa
Editor: Mer Cantero, Kiko Romero
Sound Effects: Carlos Pérez, Juan Egoscozábal
Producer: Natalia de Ancos
Script and Production Consultant: Javier Corcuera
Delegated Production Canal Sur RTV: Paco Gómez Zayas, Carmen Romero

Synopsis:

Thirty years after the internal conflict in Peru, three people explore places that are important to their lives, in a quest to recover from loss and to heal the wounds left by violence. This journey reveals that stigma and conflict-related problems persist.

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Achievements

Special Mention of the Jury of the Lima Film Festival. 2018

15 Festival de Sevilla de Cine, Panorama Andaluz. 2018

40 Habana Film Festival Official Selection, Latin America in Perspective. 2018

Nominated Best Documentary Asecan Awards of Andalusian Cinema. 2019

Hot Docs Film Festival Official Selection. 2019

The Search

Gurumbé. Afro-Andalusian Memories

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Credits

JUNE 2016
Documentary. 72′. Color

Written and Directed by: Miguel Ángel Rosales
Sound: Juan Egoscozábal
Animations & Graphic Design: Kiko Romero
Cinematography: Eduardo Montero
Production: Miguel Paredes
Editor: Andrés Zoilo
Executive Producers: Mariano Agudo, Miguel Paredes
Intermedia Distributor: Natalia de Ancos
Distributor: 3boxmedia

Synopsis:
Today Europe’s southern borders are shielded with barbed wire and fences, but once a trade flourished here that forcibly kidnapped thousands of african men and women into exile and exploitation. Giving voice to its Afro Andalusian memories, Gurumbé leads us to question Spanish identity, reminding us that Africa is weaved into its fabric.

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Achievements

40th Sâo Paulo International Film Festival. Sâo Paulo (Brazil). New Filmmakers Competition. Prêmio do Público – Melhor Documentário Internacional. 2016

42 Festival de Cine Iberoamericano de Huelva. Huelva (Spain). Sección Competitiva “Talento Andaluz”. Premio Juan Ramón Jiménez a la Mejor Producción Andaluza. 2016

ESPIELLO XV Festival Internacional de Documental Etnográfico de Sobrarbe. Boltaña (Huesca, Spain). Premio Espiello al Mejor Documental. Premio Espiello Boltaña al Documental Mejor Votado por el Público. 2017

Festival Internacional Cine Invisible FILM SOZIALAK. Bilbao (Spain). Premio Interculturalidad. 2017

FICIP. Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Pozos. Guanajato (México). Mejor Película Extranjera FICIP 2017.

Festival Gollut. Ribes de Freser (Girona, Spain). Premio Gollut al Mejor Largometraje. 2017

Gurumbé. Afro-Andalusian Memories

Inhabiting Utopia

Credits

 

OCTOBER 2014
Documentary. 69 minutos. HDCam · DCP

Director and Script: Mariano Agudo
Sound: Dani de Zayas
Music: Paco Campano
Graphic Effect: Kiko Romero
Sound Mixing: Juan Egoscozábal
Cinematography: Mariano Agudo
Executive Producer: Miguel Paredes
Editor: Mariluz Domínguez
Distribution Intermedia: Natalia de Ancos
Distribution: 3boxmedia

Synopsis:
Crisis. Viviendas vacías. Desahucios. Un cruel triángulo ante el que un grupo heterogéneo perosólido, encabezado por mujeres de distintas generaciones, decidió ejercer su derecho a una vivienda y realojarse en un edificio deshabitado que no era de su propiedad: La Corrala Utopía. 688 días y 36 familias. Sin luz. Sin agua. Sin miedo.

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Achievements

 

2014 Festival de Cine de Sevilla. Panorama Andaluz.