Agreement between 8tv and DocsBarcelona for the new program “Documentals Impossibles”

8tv inaugurates a new tv program called “Documentals Impossibles”

 

On Monday, February 4, channel 8tv inaugurates a new television program with a program entitled “Documentals Impossibles”, which will be broadcast weekly at 10pm. This new documentary film space will be presented by Anna Petrus, film critic, director and collaborator of DocsBarcelona.

The spectators will enjoy each week a selection of fifteen documentaries, fruit of the agreement between 8tv and DocsBarcelona Distribution, a bet to bring documentary cinema to new audiences through this new window. All the documentaries have received awards of international prestige, both critically and publicly, and have been seen in different editions of the DocsBarcelona Festival and screened in the DocsBarcelona of the Month network.

As regards the programming of “Documentals Impossibles”, it is endorsed by the DocsBarcelona Distribution brand, a bet that guarantees the diversity of innovative looks, the visibility of realities, the empowerment of invisible collectives and the ability to approach personal and intimate stories. In short, works that thrill us and reveal hidden realities from a different and unique point of view, while at the same time fostering a critical analysis and a space for reflection.

The titles that can be seen in this cycle are:

 

PECADOS DE MI PADRE

SIRIA: UNA HISTORIA DE AMOR

CÓMO CAMBIAR EL MUNDO

LA TEORÍA SUECA DEL AMOR

THE GOOD SON

ZORAN Y LOS TIGRES DEL GOL

AMATEURS EN EL ESPACIO

A GOOD AMERICAN. EL PRECIO DE NUESTRA SEGURIDAD

ANGRY INUK

HABÍA UNA VEZ UNA ISLA

THE VISIT

THE HUMAN TOWER

INFILTRATORS

EL MARAVILLOS REINO DE PAPA ALAEV

EL VISIONARIO

 

People who have made it possible:

Presenter of the program – Anna Petrus
Producer – Motric Motjer
Camera operator – Carles Moral
Sound – Isaac Bonfill
Makeup – Lorena Lozano
Production – Àngels Villar
Files: Ot Burgaya
Coordination: Salima Jirari
Executive production: Joan Gonzàlez

 

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