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About Nacho
I'm a freelance documentary filmmaker, dop, and producer. For the past fifteen years, I’ve worked shooting news videos, ads, broadcast and documentary films for brands, NGOs, and international media outlets such as Aljazeera, BBC, Voice of America, Euronews, Bloomberg, Business Insider, New York Post, Bleacher Report, Goethe Institut, Block TV, Intermon Oxfam or TRT News. You can see my work at www.nacholarumbe.com
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Victoria Pardo of Uruguay is trying to fight climate degradation through an innovative method that turns fish leftovers into high-quality compost. After she builds a successful facility, the local government asks her to leave, citing claims that a fishy s

Amethyst is one of the most abundant crystals in the world. But the most prized pieces can cost almost a million dollars. Some of the world’s largest amethyst geodes come out of Artigas, Uruguay. The earth beneath this region is uniquely suited to producing amethyst. But other than size, what qualities do miners look for in a valuable amethyst? And how are the crystals prepared once they’re out of the ground? We explored why amethyst geodes are so expensive.

The tobacco plant’s origins can now be traced back to Bolivia, in South America. The people native to this land cultivated the plant and used it as part of their cultural traditions. Between 2500 and 3000 BC, the cultivation of tobacco spread through Central America. The plant was regarded as sacred amongst local tribes who used the substance in religious ceremonies for spiritual and medicinal purposes.

The Tiwanaku civilisation, which precedes the Inca civilisation and has a lifespan of 25 centuries, is known as the 'mother culture' of South America. The civilisation mysteriously vanished without a trace. There are numerous theories, but recent findings have shed light on the truth of what may have happened and the significance of this cultural mystery.

In the depths of the Argentinian rainforest, the Indigenous Guarani are fighting to safeguard their ancestral lands from illegal logging and government neglect. They've created a forest guard called "Los Rumberos," or “The Patrollers,” to deter further en

Foie gras is a pricey delicacy, costing $40 to $80 a pound. It's also controversial, with bans in several countries and cities like New York planning bans of their own.

Why Spanish Baby Eels Are So Expensive | So expensive - Business Insider

In a remote part of the Pyrenean foothills, where Spain borders France, a ceremony that seems as old as the hills, has taken place for centuries. Believed to have been first ratified in around 1375, it claims to be one of the oldest international treaties

The Spanish village that was abandoned by mistake

21 Aug 2022  |  Noticias de México | EL IMPARCIAL
Granadilla, a medieval fortress village in Spain, was abandoned in the 1960s due to a mistaken belief that it would be flooded by the Gabriel y Galán reservoir. Despite the village never being submerged, residents were forcibly evacuated under Franco's dictatorship, and the decree remains in place, preventing their return. The village is now a historical site, but former residents and their descendants continue to express frustration and emotional trauma over their displacement.

Pablo Vidarte is a born inventor. At the age of eight, he was programming video games. By 16, he was challenging NASA and competing with the Spanish army to enhance the efficiency of external combustion engines. "I wanted to perfect a system that NASA did

An ancient legend in Galicia, Spain, tells of nine medieval bishops who made vows of poverty in the monastery of Santo Estevo. After their death, their nine rings were believed to have miraculous healing powers. For centuries there was a pilgrimage to the

The Spanish inventor creating electricity from nature

15 Nov 2021  |  www.euronews.com
Pablo Vidarte, a young Spanish inventor, founded Bioo, a startup that generates electricity from plants' photosynthesis. Bioo's biological batteries use organic soil decomposition to produce electricity, offering a sustainable alternative to chemical batteries. The technology is being trialed in agriculture with Bayer, potentially saving significant costs. Bioo's batteries are also being used in commercial spaces to generate clean power. Vidarte aims to create a biotech world interconnected with nature, positioning soil-generated electricity as a future leader in the global energy market.

Most people think vultures are unpleasant animals because of their habit of eating decaying carcasses. But look more closely and vultures have a beauty all their own. Manuel Aguilera has dedicated his entire life to changing people's perception of the bir

The Templar hermitage at the heart of the Iberian Peninsula

05 Nov 2020  |  BBC News فارسی
The Templar hermitage in the Rio del Lobos Canyon, equidistant from the Iberian Peninsula's easternmost and westernmost points, holds significant spiritual and historical value. The site, chosen by the Knights Templars, features architectural elements reflecting its rich religious past, including motifs honoring Roman deities and a Flower of Life symbol illuminated during the winter solstice. Constructed in Romanesque and early Gothic styles, the hermitage lies near the Castle of Ucero, suggesting the area was a hub of Templar activity. Some historians believe the chapel's columns may hint at the location of the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia.

The hermitage of San Bartolomé, a 12th-century chapel in the Rio dos Lobos Canyon, was built by the Templars in a very specific spot. By connecting the main Templar strongholds in the Iberian Peninsula, you can draw a cross on the map with the ermitage.

Not far from the National Theatre of Madrid sits a workshop whose name is synonymous with the country's rich musical culture. Inside the doors of the modest Conde workshop, each instrument is crafted with a kind of precision rarely seen these days.

When toy designer Guillermo Martínez started using a 3D printer, he discovered a new calling: making prosthetics with arms for people without elbows.

Could innovative design help us live in more extreme conditions in the future? A future in which the Earth is dominated by deserts and extreme climatic conditions could be possible, so it is necessary to think about solutions.

Alberto is a young Spaniard with an amazing career. In 2013, he co-founded Coinffeine, the first company in the world with bitcoins in the share capital.

How this falconer’s team of killer raptors petrify birds | Extraordinary People New York Post

A wondrous red river in southern Spain has become a laboratory for Nasa operations aimed at exploring Mars.

Alvaro is a child with spinal muscular atrophy, a rare disease but which is the main cause of infant mortality in developed countries.

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