Sat Mar 3, 2018 – 2:30 pm | Domenico’s
Directed by Pablo Iraburu, Jorge Fernández and Pablo Tosco
Spain | 67 min | 2015
What’s hidden inside the smartphone of a refugee? It contains clues to a refugee’s memories, past, identity and some contacts from the world he had to flee from. This film narrates the daily life of a tiny mobile phone shop in one of the largest refugee camps in the world.
Pablo Iraburu, Jorge Fernández and Pablo Tosco
(SPAIN 02/22/69) Founder and CEO of Arena Comunicación Audiovisual. He has devoted over 20 years to the production of documentaries. He has directed successful documentaries such as: “NomadakTx”, “Pura Vida” and, the last, “Walls”.
(SPAIN) Director and editor, has worked on: “Nömadak Tx”, “To Shoot an Elephant”, “What about Columbus,” “Piztera” and “Se llevaroon todo” Recently, subdirector in “Yasuni, genocidio en la selva” and “Amazonas clandestino” for Discovery Max.
(SPAIN) Photojournalist and filmmaker, since 2004 he works with Intermón Oxfam making the documentation for cooperation projects, development and humanitarian action in Africa, Latin America and Asia. He has published photographic and audiovisual stories in El Pais, El Mundo, La Vanguardia, BBC, TVE, Al Jazeera, The Guardian and Washington Post, among others.