TOUR OF THE DOCUMENTARY “AHIR/DEMÀ” (YESTERDAY/TOMORROW) AROUND SCHOOLS AND CULTURAL CENTRES.
COLLOQUIUM WITH ITS PROTAGONISTS. 2020-21
Three years after the theatre workshop at the Reception Centre for Minors in Buñol and the filming of the documentary Ahir/Demà (Yesterday/Tomorrow), Pont Flotant takes the documentary to Cultural Centres and Secondary Education Centres so that students and teachers of ESO and Bachillerato watch the film with some of its protagonists and learn first-hand about their present, through a subsequent discussion with them.
Raúl Riebenbauer, journalist and director of the documentary, shares technical and artistic aspects of the filming and editing process, as well as his personal experiences during the theatre workshop.
Isabel Millán, interpreter-mediator and court interpreter, protagonist of the documentary, explains the legal situation of these young people, their difficulties and the real possibilities of becoming a part of our society, as well as her experiences throughout her personal and professional career working with young migrants.
Jesús Muñoz, member of the theater company Pont Flotant and protagonist of the documentary, gives the company’s vision of the use of theatre and art as a tool for social cohesion, as well as sharing his personal experience as a teacher of the theatre workshop at the Centre for the Reception of Minors.
Ayoub Serboutti, Lahcen Erquoi, Abderrahim Erraouy, Mouad Ben Makroud and Medhi Boushamad. These young people from Morocco, protagonists of the documentary and now adults, share the reasons why they decided to travel to Spain in such risky conditions; the difficulties they experimented when they arrived to Spain; the contact with their families and friends during all this time; what these 3 years have been like since they arrived and how is their current situation in a personal, legal, professional and economic level, among other issues.
Training team for the preparation and elaboration of the contents of the colloquiums: Jesús Muñoz and Pau Pons (Pont Flotant)
Interpreter-mediator: Isabel Millán
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