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Wake Up Dance in Spain
Deià, Mallorca
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
19 Mar 2016

The best high in the Mediterranean isn’t on Ibiza. It’s in the mountains of Mallorca and it’s called Wake Up Dance. Llewelyn, a DJ who grew tired of the night scene, is transforming the idea of going out from the small Mallorquín village of Deià. Every Saturday morning for a few hours he shares his passion for music for free to all those interested. At this party, there's no room for booze or drugs. Only endorphins.

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Wake Up Dance in Spain (with English ...
Deià, Mallorca
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
19 Mar 2016

The best high in the Mediterranean isn’t on Ibiza. It’s in the mountains of Mallorca and it’s called Wake Up Dance. Llewelyn, a DJ who grew tired of the night scene, is transforming the idea of going out from the small Mallorquín village of Deià. Every Saturday morning for a few hours he shares his passion for music for free to all those interested. At this party, there's no room for booze or drugs. Only endorphins.

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Leftovers
Palma de Mallorca
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
09 Feb 2016

‘Leftovers’ puts us in the eyes of Mallorquin photographer, Miquel Julià, to see life as he does without filters or effects. His camera opens our eyes to those things that are normally so close to us that we don’t see them. (English subtitles)

*This is the first video of the series Historias Mínimas, or Little Tales, in collaboration with Tarek Serraj (tarekserraj.com)

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Estella: the Unique Mallorcan Sheepdog
Felanitx, Mallorca
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
04 Feb 2016

‘Estella’ is a very cinematic and intimate four-minute piece. Estella is a very special sheep dog, a Ca de Bestiar, a breed unique to Mallorca. In this slice of rural life, we see her work with Miquel, a shepherd, as the twilight hour approaches on this Mediterranean island.

*English subtitled version: https://www.transterramedia.com/media/67629

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Estella: the Unique Mallorcan Sheepdo...
Felanitx, Mallorca
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
04 Feb 2016

‘Estella’ is a very cinematic and intimate four-minute piece. Estella is a very special sheep dog, a Ca de Bestiar, a breed unique to Mallorca. In this slice of rural life, we see her work with Miquel, a shepherd, as the twilight hour approaches on this Mediterranean island.

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Tea and the Refugees
Sóller
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
29 Sep 2015

In 1992, Tea and her family fled the Balkans due to civil war and found refuge in the small village of Sóller, on Mallorca. Now, she and her fellow neighbours have created a citizens’ association, Sóller Amb Els Refugiats, to prepare a welcome to Syrian refugees. The chain of favours continues.

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Medical Services Protest in Spain
Cádiz, Zahara de los Atunes
By Victoria Herranz
18 Jul 2015

SPAIN, on July 19, 2015. A popular protest took place in the small village of Zahara de los Atunes, in Andalucia, to demand more medical services.
Zahara de los Atunes is famous in Spain as a holiday place for many Spanish celebrities. But during the winter, it’s just a small village with less of 1,000 inhabitants. The village does not have 24 hour medical services, no ambulances and the nearest hospital is one hour away.
Language: Spanish

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Rafael Nadal at 2015 French Open (cel...
Paris
By Sonia contributor
29 May 2015

Rafael Nadal vs Jack Sock at French tennis open - Roland Garros 2015

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Montevideo, Uruguay
By Francesco Pistilli
08 Feb 2014

Three Spanish workers arrive at Dolce Vita Hostel in Montevideo. They have come to Uruguay for 6 months of temporary work. They left their families in Spain after the financial crisis to take on temporary jobs around the world.

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Montevideo, Uruguay
By Francesco Pistilli
25 Jan 2014

"La Murga" is a musical dance theater genre performed in Uruguay during the Carnival season. It comes from a spanish tradition brought to Latin America hundreds of years ago. The main themes revolve around the salient events of the year, a source of strong political and social criticism. With a carnivalesque-mood, "La Murga" espouses protest and freedom through satire and humorous mockery of power.