Saturday 13.6 at 4 pm at Arkadia: Screening of Vencidxs by Aitor Fernández

Dear friend of Arkadia,

You are invited to the screening of Vencidxs by Aitor Fernández on Saturday 13.6 at 4pm at Arkadia (Nervanderinkatu 11)

The film will be presented by film critic, cameraman and video editor Diego Ginartes.


Warm regards,


A donation of €3 (or more!) to fund the bookshop is suggested and would be most welcome. Arkadia wouldn’t exist without this act of generosity. If you have no loose change or coins we gladly accept payment via Visa Electron or Mastercard etc. !


No fiction/ 100 min / HD/2013
Directed by Aitor Fernández
A automanaged production by DATECUENTA

Film credits:
Directed by: Aitor Fernández
Script: Pablo Rogero, Aitor Fernández
Produced by: José M. Martín, Aitor Fernández
Cinematography: José M. Martín, Tamara Camacho, Pablo Rogero, Beatriz Martín, Ana Blas
Film Editing by: Pablo Rogero
Sound by: José L. Canalejo
Digital Colour Correction by: Javier Mosqueda
Original Sound Track by: Petaluda en Elm Street
Graphic Design by: José M. Salmerón
Historical Advice by: Alejandro Rodríguez
Communication by: Carlos Suárez, Mónica Solanas

Vencidxs” was made with voluntary force. No grants or private funding was used. The team have traveled over 12 000 kilometers and have recorded over 160 hours of interviews during a process taking more than three years. It was a project that generated high expectations among followers of the project, social collectives and media. “Vencidxs” received great support from thousands of people through a crowfunding campaign – a campaign that made the project possible.

Diego Ginartes:

I was born in a fishing town in the north of Spain, one Thursday of 1983.

I am a film critic, cameraman and video editor with several years of experience of short films, interviews, reports and documentaries . I have a broad perspective on the field of cinema since I have studied visual arts and film criticism in Spain, Portugal and Brazil.

I have a Master degree in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual from the university Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) with the thesis: “Mobile Architecture of the Eternal: Reflections on the Time and the Material in Warhol’s Empire”. I also have a pos-graduation in Visual Arts from the University of São Paulo and a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Valladolid (Spain).

I was recently part of a truly interesting documentary project that covered the Argentinian trial of the crimes during Franco’s dictatorship: “Desde el otro lado del charco”. The project was financed through a crowfunding campaign and supported by

I am currently freelancing while I am exploring new fields.