The Indignant March is a story about the rebellion of a generation defying the established political system, media manipulation and social injustice. It is a group shot of people and events accompanying the ideas of the 15M Movement, born in the angry streets of Spain in 2011. Arm-in-arm, young citizens of Europe marched from the sun-burnt landscapes of Spain, to Paris, to get to Brussels. On their way to the European Parliament, the Indignados organized hundreds of open debates engaging local communities in insightful debates about the current state of democracy and the causes of the global crisis.
Alberto Reverón Diaz cameraman and editor, attended the Escuela de Arte Fernando Estévez in Tenerife where he graduated in Audiovisual Arts. He collaborated with film productions such as the realization of the documentary How Much Does Your Building Weight Mr. Foster? (2008). Between 2006 and 2008 he organized and coordinated the Documentary Film Festival in Tenerife. From 2008 he has worked in Madrid public TV broadcast. Since May 2011 he has been following and documenting the Spanish movement 15M.Amira Bochenska photographer and camerawoman, graduated in Art and Photography at London College of Communication in London. She left Poland in 2001, and since then she has been travelling and working on personal projects. In 2011 she presented the project Unity in Diversity that combines photographic installation and film. This project began in 2010 in Costa Rica, while she was documenting a dance workshop of the choreographer David Zambrano. Since May 2011 she has been following and documenting the Spanish movement 15M.