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by Lluìs Galter


Caracremada, a nickname given by the Spanish Civil Guard to Ramon Vila Capdevila, attempts to reflect on the libertarian resistance to Franco’s regime through the last active guerrilla fighter. In 1951 the CNT ordered the retreat of its militants; however, Ramon Vila remained in the woods of the innermost part of Catalunya where he restarted the fight single-handedly.

original title: Caracremada
country: Spain
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Lluìs Galter
cast: Lluís Soler, Aina Calpe, Domènech Bautista, Andreu Carandell, Carles García
cinematography by: Jordi Figueras
film editing: Juliana Montañés, Carlos Marqués
art director: Míriam Sánchez
costumes designer: Laila Rosato
producer: Paco Poch, Sergi Moreno, Oriol Ivern, Tono Folguera, Toni Marin
production: Mallerich Films Paco Poch, Cromosoma, Associació cultural per la recuperació de la memòria històrica Passos Llargs
backing: Televisió de Catalunya, Ajuntament de Berga, Ajuntament de Figueres, CONCA, Diputació de Barcelona, Diputació de Girona, Generalitat de Catalunya - Memorial Democràtic, ICAA, ICIC, Museu Memorial de l'Exili, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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