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New editions of Videovalores workshops can be organised almost anywhere in the world

Se pueden organizar nuevas ediciones de talleres de Videovalores en casi cualquier parte del mundo

Videovalores trailer (2.09)

Video: Making of Videovalores Berlin (English, 9.09)

Videovalores workshop members at Cervantes Institute in Berlin, 2017

So far, we have produced three editions of VIDEOVALORES: two in Barcelona and one in Berlin, plus a couple of independent films and many personal films by Sarhandi and Rivas.

In total, fifty-one VIDEOVALORES have been produced by 36 directors from 15 countries of origin: Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Iran, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Spain and Syria.

VIDEOVALORES BARCELONA

In 2015, Obra Socia "la Caixa" collaborated in VIDEOVALORES BARCELONA, which was also assisted by the Filmoteca de Catalunya and numerous other cultural organisations: CCCB, Filmoteca Española, Filmin, Filmoteca, La Bòbila, L'Excentrica and Creadores Contemporáneos.

Later, in 2019, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, we worked with Pompeu Lab where we produced another three short films.

VIDEOVALORES BERLIN

In 2017, the European Cultural Foundation, alongside a number of private donors, supported VIDEOVALORES BERLIN. It was also assisted by Instituto Cervantes Berlín, Migration Hub Network and Open Art Association.

Complete web archives of both projects can be seen here:

BERLIN
BARCELONA


VIDEOVALORES has been exhibited at numerous venues, including:

Filmoteca de Catalunya (Barcelona), Filmoteca Española (Madrid), Filmoteca de Murcia, Filmoteca de Córdoba, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Cinemes Girona (Barcelona), www.Filmin (Spain), www.Filmoteca (Spain and rest of world), Filmets Badalona Film Festival, Bibliocurts Short Film Festival (Barcelona), La Matatena International Children's Film Festival (Mexico City).

In 2019, Crevices by Dyaa Naim won a prize at PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival in New York.

Bottom: Videovalores premiere, Filmoteca of Catalonia, 2015
Top: Rivas and Sarhandi with Octavi Martí, subdirector of the Filmoteca

Hasta el momento se han producido tres ediciones de VIDEOVALORES: dos en Barcelona y una en Berlín, más unos cortos independientes y varios cortos personales por Sarhandi y Rivas.

Existen un total de 51 VIDEOVALORES dirigidos por 36 realizadores de 15 países de origen: Afganistán, Argentina, Australia, Brasil, Ecuador, España, Francia, Irán, Italia, México, Perú, Rusia, Sudáfrica, Siria y Reino Unido.


VIDEOVALORES BARCELONA

En 2015, Obra Socia "la Caixa" y la Filmoteca de Catalunya colaboraron en la primera edición de VIDEOVALORES BARCELONA. También colaboraron: CCCB, Filmoteca Española, Filmin, Filmoteca, La Bòbila, L'Excentrica y Creadores Contemporáneos.

Después, en 2019, en Santa Coloma de Gramenet, trabajamos con Pompeu Lab donde producimos tres cortometrajes más.

VIDEOVALORES BERLÍN


En 2017, en una edición de VIDEOVALORES BERLÍN recibimos el soporte de la European Cultural Foundation y la colaboración del Instituto Cervantes Berlín, Migration Hub Network y la Asociación Open Art. También recibimos el apoyo de donantes particulares.

Los sitios webs de cada edición los puedes visionar aquí:

BERLÍN
BARCELONA

VIDEOVALORES ha sido exhibido en prestigiosas sedes cinematográficas y salas culturales entre las que destacan:

Filmoteca de Cataluña (Barcelona), Filmoteca Española (Madrid), Filmoteca de Murcia, Filmoteca de Córdoba, Centro de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Cinemes Girona (Barcelona), www.Filmin (España), www.Filmoteca (España y el resto del mundo), Filmets Badalona Film Festival, Bibliocurts Short Film Festival (Barcelona), La Matatena Festival Internacional de Cine para Niños (Ciudad de México).

En 2019, Grietas de Dyaa Naim ganó un premio en PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival en Nueva York.

Carta de recomendación de Octavi Martí
Subdirector, Filmoteca de Catalunya

Letter of recommendation from Octavi Martí
Subdirector of the Filmoteca of Catalonia, Barcelona


"The Filmoteca de Catalunya has been collaborating with Carolina Rivas and Daoud Sarhandi for several years. First we discovered them as documentary filmmakers, then as fiction filmmakers but very interested in dealing with the most urgent reality, and now as inspirers and leaders of an operation in which didactics are mixed with the social. Carolina and Daoud have achieved that more than 25 people whose relationship with cinema was that of a mere spectator have become experts in cinematographic language and, above all, in the moral implications linked to its use. The VIDEOVALORES session held at the Filmoteca of Catalonia on Saturday, October 3 was the confirmation that the path undertaken is good."

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