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2019 / 100 min / Germany
Director: Nico Weber
Commissioned by Adolph Hitler prior to World War II, Prora is the longest building in the world and has been referred to as the "Monster by the Sea" and the "Colossus of Prora". Conceived as a three-mile-long vacation camp, it was converted to military barracks during WWII, and then was abandoned following Germany’s reunification. Now, hotels, museums and holiday homes are springing up -- an unlikely triumph of Capitalism. Inside Prora details the unfolding layers of history to reveal unexpected connections of society with modernist architecture and mass tourism.
2021 / 6:21 / United Kingdom
Director: Jevan Chowdhury
Moving Barcelona is a magical realist dance story about this Catalonian capital, an autonomous region in Spain contending with an identity crisis. A beautiful and bustling city, Barcelona is haunted by ghosts of its past, and despite much progress, still finds itself unearthing old wounds. Barcelonians, in pursuit of happiness, find themselves on a treadmill in a tale of modern day life. Narrated by celebrated actor Pep Munné, there is a sense of reassurance that all is okay and inevitably, things are the way they are.
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Image: Film still from Inside Prora.