The Invisible Intervention

An Iberian village, a farming settlement, some military facilities, a shanty town, a communications antenna, an abandoned space, a 360º viewpoint of Barcelona, and finally, an open air museum. The invisible intervention, the rehabilitation of the space started in 2009, maximizes the scars left by everything that has already existed.

2013. Spain. 16:9 HD Color. 31′ minutes.

Documentary Film  by Carlota Coloma & Adrià Lahuerta with the support of Diputació de Barcelona, MUHBA, CCCB, Public Space, JDVDP Architects and AAUP Architects.

 

Awards:

2014 Urban Eye Film Festival, Bucarest
2014 Arquiteturas Film Festival Lisboa
2014 Cinetekton Film Fest, Puebla, México
2014 Medimed, Sitges

Screening:

2016 TVC

2016 Betevé

Synopsis

An Iberian village, a farming settlement, some military facilities, a shanty town, a communications antenna, an abandoned space, a 360º viewpoint of Barcelona, and finally, an open air museum. In 2013, the Rovira Hill is the sum of all these things. The invisible intervention, the rehabilitation of the space started in 2009, maximizes the scars left by everything that has already existed.

Credits

Production Company/ies:  15-l Films
Director : Carlota Coloma & Adrià Lahuerta
Producer: Leticia Pasamontes
Sound designer: Martí Rovira
Editor: Carlota Coloma & Adrià Lahuerta
Colourist/3D:  L’estudi amagat

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Trailer

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Watch the full film here.

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