Inma de Reyes / Srbija (2019) / 10 min.
In a consumerist society, Užice’s women (Serbia) work with their bare hands to bring food to the market. Anica has found comfort in the market, where she proudly sells raspberries that she has been hand-picking in the forest. Along with other women, she escapes the chores of her home to share a stall that has become home to the food market family.
Inma de Reyes is a Spanish-born filmmaker based in Scotland, where she graduated with a Masters of Fine Art in Film Directing at the Edinburgh College of Art. Her debut documentary short To Be a Torero premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2018 and is still travelling to festivals around the world. The same year, Inma was selected to join Interaction in Serbia, where she directed Osamdeset Dinara, a short film that premiered in Belgrade.
Awards and festivals:
Winter Apricots Film Festival