Mayu Ruru is a journalist based in Oaxaca, Mexico. She has worked as a filmmaker and communicator for grassroots organizations and social movements since 2011 around Europe, including an internship as a content editor with Storyhunter in NYC. Member of the photojournalism Krasnyi Collective project and a collaborator of independent Spanish newspapers such as La Directa, La Soli, and El Salto. She has also worked in the fiction industry and taught videojournalism skills in workshops for adults, and photography for social change to kids and teenagers.
Dozens of Afghan refugees arrive in Brussels to find themselves in a nightmare of bureaucracy and no aid from the government. This short doc follows them as they keep on and organize themselves to meet their living needs while fighting for their rights.
(Catalan) "The forest on the frontline": a dispatch from Hambach forest in Germany, where activists have lived in houses built up in threes to protect it from deforestation and from the advance of the biggest coal mine in Europe.
A look into the fight of CODEDI (Indigenous Rights Defense Committee) through the communitarian life and the collective work in remote Finca Alemania, showcasing the 4th National Theater Encounter taking place in March 2020 in Oaxaca, Mexico.