"Not even a single day I stop crying. Without justice I will not go back home."
Dildar Begum
"What will we do with rohingya? Here I can not find peace."
"We saw many dead bodies, looked like a war zone"
"We are not here for begging."
"900,000 rohingya refugees went to Bangladesh in 2017."
Musfiq bin Amin

Documentary Filmed in Myanmar, London and Bangladesh, which tells the current situation of the Rohingya community. More than one million people of Muslim religion forced to take shelter in the refugee camp of Bangladesh.

  • Through first-person testimonies...
  • This documentary follows this genocidal persecution by the Burmese authorities. Human rights violations: executions, torture, sexual abuse and other crimes.
  • Overcrowded in the camps of Kutupalong...
  • Teknaf, Hakim Para and Balukhali, they are awaiting the resolution of a conflict that depends for the most part on the international community.
We firmly believe in the need to bring visibility to the situation
in which the Rohingya community lives and show the origin of the conflict.

We want to achieve that goal through media coverage. This Burmese genocide,
in the 21st century, must reach the knowledge of a high number of people.
Nurul Islam
President of the Arakan Rohingya National Organization (ARNO),
lawyer, and human rights activist.
Nurul Islam addresses the crisis of the Rohingya people from a political and social perspective. The origins of the conflict, the legal fight against the genocide of the Burmese army, and the steps to be taken by the international community.
Razia Sultana
Founding president of Rohingya Women Welfare Society(RWWS),
lawyer, and human rights activist.
She addresses the problem of the genocide towards the Rohingya people and focuses her intervention on the history of the conflict and the plight of refugees, especially women and children.
Mouri Chowdhuri
UNICEF education specialist in Bangladesh.
Her intervention in the documentary is focused on child and teenager education in the refugee camps of Kutupalong, Nayapara and Teknaf. The projects to be developed, the lack of curricular homologation and the lack of resources in the camps are the subjects she reports in detail in the documentary.
Musfiq Bin Amin
Doctor of International Organization of Migration (IOM).
In this documentary, he talks about the healthcare situation of the Rohingya people in refugee camps, in Bangladesh. The lack of drinking water, the risk of cyclone, the mental health of young and elders are the subjects covered in his interview.
President of the Arakan Rohingya National Assembly.
His testimony is focused on Myanmar policy and the economic interest in Arakan state.
Dildar Begum’s testimony is perhaps the most overwhelming, after two years being in silence. The murder of her family, repeated sexual assaults and a traumatic escape to the border, show the most terrible experiences that human being can suffer.
This 7-year-old-boy explains his experience fleeing alone towards the border of Bangladesh.
After fleeing to Bangladesh, Jaimur explains the disappearance of her daughter, victim of human trafficking, and the torment of ignoring her whereabouts.
The presence of Nurbahar, from Tula Tuli village, provides contrast for being a calm story despite the hardness of its content.
Member of Free Rohingya Coalition, explains the current situation of the refugees inside the camps, especially on education.
During the interview, Sophiya reminds us how these attacks are not new to the rohingya. The military crackdown of 2017 was a replica from the attacks they suffered in 2012. That year she lost her home and family and was forced into exile in Kutupalong.
Coming from the village of Tula Tuli, he explains the terrible experiences suffered in his village, such as the massacre of 45 members of his family.
Elementary School Teacher in a rohingya school of Kutupalong.
The efforts to educate an illiterate youth, the legal problems of their community in the refugee camps, and the lack of international solidarity focus his speech.
Her experience in Arakan was a little more fortunate, since she was able to flee with all her family. But now she suffers the limitations that, as a woman, she has in the refugee camp.
18 days fleeing the mountain without water or food. A trail of death and indelible images which chase her mind. Traumatic situations that she decides to tell us to momentarily relieve her memory.
The loneliness and trauma experienced in her escape, the witnessed deaths, and the difficulty of crossing the border are the basis of her testimony.
We feel a responsibility to help alleviate the difficulties that the Rohingya people go through. To this end, we will donate the benefits generated by this documentary to non-governmental organizations located in the camps.

Alberto Antonio Martos Corral (Tortosa, 1980). Camera operator, screenwriter and documentary producer, currently working for Ibiza Live Films production company.

2001 "Birendra's legacy" (Director).
2003"The Faces of Kashi" (Director).
2005 "Brief introduction to the ancient history of Ibiza" (Director).
2012 "The Color of the Soul" (Director).


Miguel Ángel Aguiló (Palma de Mallorca). Musical studies in Palma, Barcelona and the Netherlands. Professional Degree (Plan 66) and Higher Degree in violoncello.

He has been part of several chamber music formations, both national and international: Nederland Kamer Orquest, Spanish Baroque Orchestra, Baroque Orchestra of the University of Salamanca, Studium Aureum and La Real Cámara.

He currently works with the Baroque Orchestra of Seville and Al Ayre Español. At the same time, he composes film soundtracks.

2009 Member of the pop band Antonia Font in “Coser i cantar”, which was awarded by the Academy of Music as Best Pop Album and by the Generalitat de Catalunya with the “Premi de la Música” Award.
2011 Nominated for the “Premis Escènica” Awards for “No te’n riguis de Rambeau”.
2012 He won the Best Music Award in the “Premis Escènica” Awards.
2018 Composes the soundtrack of the short film "Woody and Woody", winner of the Goya Award for the Best Animated Short Film.

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Pauxa Producciones is a production company founded in Ibiza in 2005. It develops all kinds of audiovisual projects.

Documentary short films:

2009 “The most expensive marijuana in the world” (Director: Pablo Alcántara).
2011 “Margalida Llogat, a pioneer in the fight for women's rights” (Director: Pablo Alcántara).
2015 “Memory of the Port” (Director: Pablo Alcántara)

Fiction Short Films:

2011 “Neighbours” (Director: Héctor Escandell).
2013 “The Crimes of All Hallows’ Day” (Director: Héctor Escandell y Vicente Torres).
2014 “No Life” (Director: Héctor Escandell). 2015 “One Night at the Angel's Lair” (Director: Héctor Escandell).

Documentary feature films:

2014 “The Tourist Revolution” (Director: Pablo Alcántara y Rafael Alcántara).
2017 “Eivissa Jazz The Experience” (Director: Marco Torres Walker).

Fiction feature films:

2017 “The Crimes of All Hallows’ Day” (Director: Héctor Escandell y Vicente Torres)