The whole world speculates about the true life of the only 850 geishas left but the only thing that is certain is that they are moving works of art who have found a way to combine secular traditions with mobile phones, to the rhythm of the shamishen.READ MORE
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Doñana National Park is home to an impressive array of landscapes and wildlife, including the endangered Iberian lynx, the world’s most endangered feline species and provides habitats for six million migratory birds each year. Only five years ago the Iberian lynx was nearing extinction but today, thanks to an imaginative conservation programme that has […]READ MORE
Thanks everyone to share last night our premiere screening at Cineteca, Matadero in Madrid. We love you all! Special thanks to Javier Tolentino and his wonderful radio program “EL Séptimo Vicio”. Great interview and lovely evening :):):) You can hear also the complete interview here: Ofelia de Pablo and Javier Zurita, new storytellers Gracias a todos por regalarnos ayer la […]READ MORE
Exhibition at The Guardian, London: Faces of Modern Slavery
Ofelia and Zurita's photography and writing for The Guardian’s Faces of Modern Slavery project that documents harrowing examples of modern day slavery. Their work of Sexual Trafficked victims in Nepal will be on display at Kings Place, London with 25 photographers selected all over the world.