Producer: Miller Gaviria
Director: Camilo Gil
Place and date of filming: Antioquía, COlombia 2019
Duration: 14′ 12″
Morocho, ten years old, goes on an adventure with his friend Kevin, nine, they descend on bicycles and climb the hills of northern Medellin, fleeing the school in search of new adventures, they go to meet with the pilot, one of the tough men of the neighborhood , that encounter will change their lives forever.
Producer: Tony Peral
Director: Manuel Mateo Lajarín
Place and date of filming: Pirineos, España, 2019
Flying master where they exist and king of the skies of the Pyrenees, the bearded vulture does not usually wait for the thermal currents to form to launch into flight and is capable of doing so in the most adverse weather conditions. The strength and determination shown during the snowstorm, images never recorded before, attest to this. His agile flight, his majestic profile, his characteristic beard and his penetrating gaze are increasingly common to see and admire thanks to the efforts for his recovery. This is a tribute to the flight of the bearded vulture, the wind beards.
Producer: Eduardo Barrachina
Director: Eduardo Barrachina
Place and date of filming: Spain. 2018.
Spring and summer are the seasons in which birds raise the offspring.
During both seasons a lot of birds come to Spain from Africa for breeding.
Producer: Xavier Coll
Director: Xavier Coll
Place and date of filming: Jordania 2019
Give Me Wings is a visual guide to classic climbing routes from various places of the world. In this case Jordan. All these routes are not only classic, but also perfect places from which to fly in climb & fly.
This could be the first documentary / guide for those who want to take paragliding and climbing to another level, completing their adventures with the beauty of flying from unique peaks. Filmed entirely in the Pyrenees, Dolomites and the Wadi Rum desert, a group of friends travel to some of the most spectacular landscapes to combine their three passions: Traveling, Flying and Climbing.
Producer: Jean Costa
Director: Jean Costa
Country: France / Brazil
Place and date of filming: Brésil / France / 2018
Duration: 13′ 12″
Super-8 images of fire balloons filmed in Brazil from the 70s to the 90s intermingle with the history and memory of Tura. Now banned in Brazil, Tura’s balloons survive, however, throughout the rest of the world where he is invited to throw them, between danger and poetry.