With the Humans Media platform you can enjoy several productions that were broadcast at the festival, as well as some of the winning films. All this content will be available until June 16 with a one-time subscription of 5 euros.

The festival section includes 20 films: a selection of the films participating in the Official Section of the 15th edition of Humans Fest -five feature films and ten short films-; as well as two other documentaries screened out of competition such as Sin Oxígeno (Ramzi Maqdisi, Palestine, 2020) and the winners of the last edition such as the Mexican film Kenya (Gisela Delgadillo, Mexico, 2022).

From the official section you can see La Guardia Blanca (Julie Elien, Mexico, 2023), an essential documentary that addresses mining looting and other megaprojects that displace farmers, awarded in Canada and which premiered for the first time in Spain at the Humans Fest .

Also Between the Rains, (Andrew H. Brown and Moses Thuranira, Kenya, 2023), a coming of age in a Kenyan community affected by drought, awarded at the Tribeca Film Festival, the Calgary International Film Festival and in Hot Springs. O Breathe, Mom (Meri Collazos Solá, Spain, 2024), which tells the story of Meri and her daughter Nina, who suffers from an Alpha1 genetic deficiency, a genetic rarity that leaves her unprotected from any polluting air, so she starts a fight. for clean air in Spain and Europe.

Or the Valencian film Llavors, (La Cosecha Comunicación, Perifèries, 2024) as well as award-winning Valencian shorts such as 13, by Màriam Zelaya, for those over 16 years old, or The Silence of Song, by Alan Luna from Alicante.

For its part, in an open, free and without expiration date, Humans Media hosts different audiovisual works that the festival and Fundación por la Justicia have generated throughout their editions. This is the case of the short films that have resulted from the participatory workshop with activists or at the Picassent Penitentiary Center.

You can consult all the information at the following link: http://www.humansmedia.org/