“Barcelona Ciudad de Acogida” is an ethnographic documentary which, thanks to an one-year-and-half anthropological research with a collaborative approach, gives a deep insight into the everyday life, functioning and networking of diverse migrant communities in Barcelona and documents their persistent fight against the prevailing racist power relations.
Director Biography – Christin Schuchardt
Christin Schuchardt, born 1990 in Erfurt/Germany, studied Cultural Anthropology and Gender Studies at the University of Göttingen.
During her studies she produced her first short film “Iduna-Komplex” (2016) and discovered her passion for filmmaking and non-fictional storytelling, which she deepened during her Masters in Visual Anthropology.
In the last two and a half years, she focused on the production of her first documentary “Barcelona – A Welcoming City” (2021), an independent and participatory ethnographic film about the ongoing resistance of five BPOC collectives and migrant self-organisations in the face of institutional racism.
She currently lives in Barcelona, works as a freelance translator and devotes every free minute to filmmaking and sport climbing.