Spain, Iceland, Lithuania2020documentary95'International Documentary Competition
A family restaurant in the fishing town of Grindavík is a small centre of the world. It is here where old sea dogs and local misfits have been meeting for years. It is the place of disputes lasting for hours, reminiscences and jazz concerts. It is here where they serve one of a kind seafood soup every day. But the world is moving forward and changes are becoming increasingly painful for the eatery’s regular clients. This quiet Islandic town in the shadow of volcanos attracts tourists and big business. Will it be possible to save something that has been created by Krilli and his mates together at this extraordinary place on Earth?
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- Pepe Andreu
Director and producer of documentary films and television programmes He was born in 1973 in Spain. A graduate of Digital Image and Sound, for over 15 years he has worked as a cinematographer for television, a documentary and reportage director and a documentary producer. In 2005 he directed the documentary "Misteri d’Elx: Les Veus d’un Poble" about the UNESCO world heritage treasures.Q&A guestRafá Moles
Journalist, screenwriter and documentary film producer He was born in 1974 in Spain. He earned a degree in Information Science. He is a professor at the Communication Science Department at Jaume I University. In 2012 he was awarded the title of the Journalist of the Year by the Jury of Journalistic Awards of the Community of Valencia. In 2003 he co-created an investigative team at the Spanish public television and since then has collaborated on the making of 18 documentaries on socially important issues.
- José Luis González Iglesias
- Alberto R. Lucendo
- Sara Marco
- Patricia Valert (Suica Films)