His name is Al Lewis. He is over ninety years old. He is sitting in front of a large mirror. Hovering around him, the make-up artist slowly changes Al’s face to look like Grandpa’s of The Munsters. While the make-up process takes place, Al’s fantastic memory lightens the glass with scenes that not only marked his life, but that of many others.
- Sergio Oksman
- Al Lewis, Karen Lewis, Scott Sliger
After three years of bloody Civil War, the Spanish Republic definitively ended on April 1, 1939. The dream of a modern and democratic Spain had been destroyed. Thousands of Spanish republicans, anti-fascists, democrats, communists, libertarians, nationalists, and all those whose ways of understanding Spain did not correspond with those of the Franquist regimen sought refuge in other countries.
- Jaume Serra, Daniel Serra
The world of enigmas in a spectacular documentary series. While hasn't man returned to the moon? Who built the moais on Easter Island? What did the Chest of the Alliance contain?
These are the misteries which the international best-selling author Juan José Benítez tries clear. The audience will have access to some of the most inaccessible archives and come close to enigmas and mysteries which...
- J.J. Benitez
The Spanish Civil War, explained without heroes or villains. A story featuring those who lived and suffered this event: the women. A group of anonymous women, from different social backgrounds, are the protagonists of this story told in the first person. Through the personal experiences of 22 women, the daily life of a city in war time (the search for food, the fear of the bombings, the suffering,...
- Daniel Serra
The Spanish Civil War resulted in the exile of almost a million men, women and children who--in the face of death, repression, and misery--were forced to abandon Spain and throw themselves on the mercy of an uncertain destiny. This film recounts the testimonies of people such as Jorge Semprún, Santiago Carrillo, Macià Alavedra, the «war children», and Spaniards in Mexico, France, Argentina, and...
- Pedro Carvajal
Relive with us the anecdotes from the life of this world-famous star. With contributions from doctor Jordi Sabater Pi, a truly international authority in gorillas who found him in Equatorial Guinea and brought him to the zoo; and María Gracia Luera, his Barcelona "mother" who raised him since he was young.
- Xavier Montanyà
On November 22, 1901, in Sagunto (Valencia) one of the most emblematic composers of the twentieth century, Joaquín Rodrigo, was born. The celebration of his centenary offers a good opportunity to analyze the artistic value of the author of the famous Conciertos de Aranjuez. This documentary reveals the composer's creative process and the influences figures such as the painter Sorolla, the master...
- Vicente Tamarit
What will out planet be like in 5 million years? And in 100 million? And in 200 million? What creatures will inhabit the Earth? This is not science fiction, but rather a rigorous study based on the investigations of eminent scientists. "The Future is Wild" is a series about the evolution of the planet and the species that will populate it in the future. An innovative documentary that looks at the study...
- Victoria Coules
- Christian Rodska
In 1914, explorer Ernest Shackleton set out to become the first man to cross the frozen wastes of the Antarctic continent on foot; however, a combination of treacherous conditions, unexpected changes in weather, and simple bad luck left Shackleton and his crew of 28 men stranded in one of the world's most unforgiving environments for nearly two years. Miraculously, Shackleton and his men not only survived,...
- George Butler
- Liam Neeson