Paula López Barba
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BIO

Architecture Urban Design Arquitectura Diseño Urbano 

Nave 12 Matadero
     Imagina Madrid
     Landscape design
     RUA Arquitetos
NGO Sinal do Vale
     Microarquitectura
     Bricktopia Pavillion
     ...

 Communication Journalism Comunicación Periodismo

RTVE Brasil
En Portada, RTVE
     Revista Gatopardo
eldiario.es
El Salto
     Movistar +
...


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Paula López Barba
OCHO MINUTOS, En Portada, RTVE

Brasil-España, 2017-18

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Documental ‘Ocho Minutos’ para el programa En Portada de La 2 de Radio Televisión Española [RTVE]

I worked as a content consultor, fixer and journalist in Brazil of the documentary Ocho minutos for the Spanish tv program En Portada.
We researched and filmed a documentary about the socio-environmental disaster in Mariana, Minas Gerais, a region historically used for mining activities.

On the fifth of November, 2015 a tailings dam owned by Samarco collapsed and the mining waste polluted more than 600 kms of Rio Doce river, killed 19 people and destroyed the habitat of thousands of people.

Brazil is the second iron ore producer in the world.
Samarco is a joint venture between the Brazilian mining giant Vale -the world´s largest iron ore producer- and the Anglo-Australian multinational BHP Billiton.

Two years after the disaster Samarco is still trying to evade its responsabilities.

The mining sector finances electoral processes in all regional scales.

Estreno en Febrero de 2018 en La2, RTVE. Ocho Minutos
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Documentary ‘Ocho Minutos’ for the program En Portada de La 2 de Radio Televisión Española [RTVE]

I worked as a content consultor, fixer and journalist in Brazil of the documentary Ocho minutos for the Spanish tv program En Portada.
We researched and filmed a documentary about the socio-environmental disaster in Mariana, Minas Gerais, a region historically used for mining activities.

On the fifth of November, 2015 a tailings dam owned by Samarco collapsed and the mining waste polluted more than 600 kms of Rio Doce river, killed 19 people and destroyed the habitat of thousands of people.

Brazil is the second iron ore producer in the world.
Samarco is a joint venture between the Brazilian mining giant Vale -the world´s largest iron ore producer- and the Anglo-Australian multinational BHP Billiton.

Two years after the disaster Samarco is still trying to evade its responsabilities.

The mining sector finances electoral processes in all regional scales.

Released on February 2018 in La2, RTVE. Ocho Minutos








Image credits: Paula López Barba