Documentary about the okupa (squatter) movement in the Oarsoaldea region. Behind the stereotypes commonly associated with the movement lies the complex reality of a wealth that takes us back to ideologies and living choices we thought had been pushed to one side by the course of history.
One morning a couple of dancers turn up in a highschool classroom. It's Monday and they announce to the group of teenagers that they have five days to get up on stage and dance. A week to change things. A small amount of time but an enormous challenge: to move people when the world paralyses us. Wilfried Van Poppel and Amaya Lubeigt are the choreographers. He's Dutch, she's from San Sebastian.
In Haiti there is a system of zombification. They say that if something is going to happen, it will happen and no one can stop it. Voodoo inspiration is used by the artist Celeur to create his sculptures, a reflection of the complicated reality on that Caribbean island.
Creole is the everyday language used by the majority of the population of Guinea Bissau. Even so, it has no official status. Musicians and writers from different generations explain through their works why they choose their language.
The Malandain Ballet Biarritz premieres its latest choreography at the Château de Versailles with live music performed by the Basque National Orchestra. The documentary develops as the new work is prepared, showing us how a ballet company and a symphony orchestra go about creating by the day, from the inside, from the angle spectators' don't usually see: the human angle.
Documentary on the life and work of the multifaceted artist Néstor Basterretxea, a voyage on which we will discover not only Néstor's unique spirit and the way he worked, but his influence on culture and contemporary art in the 20th century.