Cipotas crossing borders. Short documentary 10'23'', 2016
Girls and young women from Central America share their experiences when they are forced to leave their home and cross the Mexico and Gutamela's border // WINNER. Documentaries category in Gender and Justice Competition awarded by Mexico Supreme Court and United Nations 2018 // Directed by Carmen García.
Trá na mban (Ladies Beach). Short documentary 6'36'', 2019
In the west coast of Ireland, a group of Irish women 40 to 80 years old swim every morning in the Atlantic cold waters come rain or shine // Best short doc WINNER by Shot by the Sea Film Festival. WINNER of student category at the Women over Fifty Film Festival and official short films selection at the Dublin Feminist Film Festival and Dublin International Film Festival // Directed by Carmen García and co-produced by Hannah Weadick. 2019.
I'm a student living in a hostel. Short documentary 8'25'', 2018
Throughout a day Ciara Boylan, an undergraduate student, shows how is to live in a hostel when she can’t find better accommodation in Galway, Ireland // Directed by Carmen García and co-produced by Derek White.
Repealed BUT still illegal. Abortion rights in Ireland, 2018
Jamie Canavan and Galway Pro Choice marched in the Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC), the 29th of September. to celebrate the Yes Vote victory from the referendum but also called for free, safe, and legal access to abortion services for all // Directed by Carmen García.
Power to the people: Fighthing the housing crisis in Ireland, 2018
Footage from the National Housing Demonstration in Dublin and an extensive interview with Dublin City Councillor, Éilis Ryan, who greatly summarizes the current state of things. The march happened the 1st of December, 2018.
The return home. Voces Mesoamericanas, 2015
Children from a indigenuos community located in Chenalhó, Chiapas in Mexico, share their migration experiences when they go back from the city // Voces Mesoamericanas production, edited by Carmen García.
Zapatista look: women and men of maize. Altos de Chiapas, 2014
A day in the life of a zapatista woman from Los Altos de Chiapas, Mexico, during my stay in the Escuelita Zapatista. The zapatistas (EZLN) is an anti-institutional organization of self-governence in 38 territories of Chiapas. They live by their own and do not accept any gubernamental intervention // Produced by Carmen García.