Entwined stories of human resilience.

2017. Spain. 16:9 HD Color. Documentary Shortfilm. 8 min.

Directed by Alex Sardà.


Project Selected in:

2017 VISIONS DU REÉL – IDW (5th Interactive Documentary Workshop)

2017 DOCSBARCELONA – Interactive Pitch

2017 DOCSBARCELONA – Speed Meetings

2017 CROSS VIDEO DAYS – Content Market


Since the Dalai Lama left Tibet in 1959, the Pokara refugee camp (Nepal) shelters a big Tibetan community, fighting every day to preserve its culture. At the present time, about 150.000 Tibetans live in exile.

The 2001 earthquake in Guyarat region (India) took 20.000 lives, left 167.000 wounded and destroyed about 400.000 homes. In just few seconds, a whole community was impelled to take action for survival and to collectively deal with an unexpected change.

A dialogue between two anonymous voices, two survivors who face life and memory for a better future for their community.

Look & Feel

Teaser in the Tibetan settlement in Nepal:


Director: Alex Sardà
DOP: Carlos Villaoslada and Xavi Garcia
Script: Francisca Torres

Editors: Alex Sardà and Anna Asensio
Colourist: Lluís Velamazán
Sound Design: Miquel Mestres, Angel Sound Studio
Graphism: Francisca Torres