Battle of Social Networks is the new documentary film of La Kaseta. Through different social movements like the Occupy Movement, the Arab Spring or the Catalan Referendum, the documentary explains how the society is using social networks to be selforganized. Social networks can articulate movements because it is quite easy[…]
What is the impact of the images shared on social networks? One year ago, the catalan government and the citizens self-organized celebrated the referendum on the Independence of Catalonia, which the Spanish government declared as illegal. The 1st of October more than 5 million people were convocated to vote in[…]
Holland is a multicultural society. The 22% of the 17 million people living in the country are foreign. Citizens as Naima from Morocco represents only de 2,2% of the total. Jihadist terrorism and the rise of xenophobic and racist speeches of governments during the last years, it has complicated immigrants[…]
Essam Daod, a Palestinian child psychiatrist, is an activist and cooperative with Proactiva Open Arms since 2015, when he decided to go to Lesvos in order to help people who cross the Mediterranean. Currently, he has his own organizations called Humanity Crew and gives speeches around the world talking about[…]
To Kyma: A rescue in the Aegean sea will we screened on March 10th in Menorca framed in the documentary film exhibition NOBORDERS. The directors, David fontseca and Arantza Díez, will be in the screening to debate about the Europe’s situation and the arrivals of asylum seekers. To Kyma explains[…]
Social Networks allow a global connexion and they are used by social movements. It was already clear during the Arab Spring in 2011, when people used Facebook to organise social protests, also during the 15M movement in Spain or the Occupy movement in USA. Recently, the 1st of october proved[…]
The team of The Kaseta is producing a documentary on the effect of the social networks. On October 1 it was marked by the images of the police shared by the thousands of citizens who were defending the polling stations. Thanks to these images the situation of Catalonia came to[…]
We’re really excited to announce To kyma has won the Pigrecozen Filmfest which took place from the 24th to the 28th of October in Italy.
Which is the influence of the images that we take with the mobile phone and we share on internet? Are we aware that we can arrive to the whole world? We are making a documentary about how can socially impact videos or photos on social networks.
A year ago we went to Irbil, the iraqi Kurdistan, with Grup Broadcaster and Unicef Catalonia in order to know and show the reality that Irak has been living since ISIS took control of the territory. At that time the offensive against ISIS in Mosul had not yet erupted. In[…]
We started with force this new course! Here is the latest spot La Kaseta has directed and shot for UNICEF. This time Marc Márquez encourages everyone to collaborate with UNICEF to fight child malnutrition. The organization has launched #CierraUNICEF campaign to which different celebrities have joined. The goal of the[…]
The #CierraUnicef campaign continues with the actress Clara Segura who requests collaboration of all citizens to help thousands of children suffering from malnutrition, rapes or who do not have access to drinking water. It’s a campaign that demands political will also because without resources and dialogue Unicef can’t reach all[…]
The catalan referendum has been marked mainly by the violence of the police forces. In total, there have been 890 people injured and 73 complaints have already been put. People who just wanted to vote were witness of the police violence. On 1 October, despite the police attacks, the Catalan[…]
1st October, while catalan people was organizing themselves to open the polling stations of Catalonia to celebrate the referendum, police were preparing themselves to prevent it. They arrived with dozens of vans to many polling places.
The deadline for giving asylum to the 17,337 refugee people with whom the Spanish State was committed in September 2015 was over. During these two years, 1,983 people, 11% of the total, have been relocated and settled according to the Spanish Refugee Aid Comission (CEAR). A fact that has outraged[…]