Director: Carles Caparrós i Obiols
Baltasar Garzón, the Spanish judge who took the chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to justice, is leading a movement of legal warriors from all over the world to guarantee the international punishment of major economic, financial and environmental crimes. The tool to achieve their goal can be summed up in two words: Universal Jurisdiction. The movement composed of judges, prosecutors and lawyers tries to promote the international denouncement of actions such as food speculation, issuing junk bonds, squandering public funds and large-scale contamination. These crimes should, as genocides and war crimes, be designated as Crimes Against Humanity and prosecuted internationally.
Carles Caparrós i Obiols was trained in advertising, theater, music, and photo-reporting, his documentaries cover diverse topics such as the war in Kashmir, sub-Saharan immigration in Europe, the situation of the mentally ill in Africa, the sustainable development or the history of the Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain. Some of his films have been scheduled at festivals around the world. Between his recognitions they emphasize the Great Prize of Documentary of Author of the URTI (International Radio and Television Union), two Gold Globes in the World Media Festival of Hamburg, prize to the Best Documentary in San Francisco and Ciudad Rodrigo, and two nominations to Better Documentary European (Prix Europe).
Camera: Rafael de Santiago
Editing: Laia Torrent
Sound: Ruben Carregal
Producer: Alberto Pascual Rodríguez
Produced by: GRUPO MÁSTER PRODUCCIONES with the support of FIBGAR.
Associated production: CERTAINRISK, ILOCAD, MALIC PRODUCCIONES.
With the support of 373 patrons.