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Núria Vilcom

Barcelona, Spain
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About Núria
Núria Vilcom (b. 1992) is an independent journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work focuses mainly on topics related with conflicts, inequalities and human rights.

Soon after finishing her university studies in Journalism she started working in 2015 as a freelance correspondent. Since then she has reported from Afghanistan, Iraq, Ukraine, Transnistria, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine-Israel, Kurdistan, Bulgaria, Greece, Morocco and the Turkish-Syrian border, among other countries.

During these years she has covered the rise of ISIS and its origins, the aftermath of the 2016 coup attempt in Turkey, the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan after 2021, the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine or the 20 years of the US invasion of Iraq.

She has collaborated with several media, such as Al Jazeera, The Daily Telegraph, Euronews, China Plus News, TRT World, Voice of America (VOA), Ruptly, TV3, El País, La Vanguardia, El Confidencial, La Marea, ABC, ARA newspaper, GARA, CTXT, El Salto Diario, El Punt Avui, Mediterráneo Sur (M’Sur), Crític, La Directa, Luzes Magazine, Infobae and Brecha Magazine, among others.

Nowadays she splits her time between making reports from foreign countries as a freelancer, developing her own documentary film projects and working at the International news desk of the Catalan public TV (TV3). Núria focuses mostly on the direction, production and scriptwriting, but is used also to work on the cinematography and editing.

She owns a full video professional equipment and uses Adobe Premiere Pro for editing. She speaks Catalan, Spanish and English fluently while improving her French and Arabic level.

So far she has created the documentaries ‘I do believe you’, ‘Spain’s housing crisis: banks, scams and evictions’, ‘Hunger for justice’, ‘Los otros del Valle de los Caídos’, ‘Amazics: una diàspora forçada’, ‘SKY. The Weird Syrian Kid’ and ‘Chari’. 

Website: nurivilcom.wordpress.com
Catalan English Spanish
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Documentaries Feature Stories
Politics Current Affairs Technology

As banks in Spain continue to evict people who could not deliver on their mortgage payments in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, redfish obtained exclusive access to Enric Duran, who took nearly half a million Euros from 39 banks.

Migrants who arrived in Catalonia coming from Sub-saharan African countries -mostly from Senegal- and that normally work in the street selling products to tourists are working hard these days to manufacture masks, caps and gowns for hospitals.

Reportaje publicado en Al Jazeera Mientras en el Valle de los Caídos se exhuma el cuerpo del dictador Francisco Franco, las familias de caídos republicanos cuyos cuerpos fueron robados en los 50 y 60 por el Gobierno franquista para llenar la cripta hacen todo lo posible por sacarlos de ahí.

Bulgaria faces one of the world's greatest demographic catastrophes

31 Oct 2017  |  elconfidencial.com
Bulgaria is experiencing a severe demographic decline, losing about 50,000 inhabitants annually due to an aging population, dire economic conditions, and mass emigration of young people. The population has decreased from 9 million in 1989 to 7.1 million in 2017, with projections suggesting it could fall below 6 million by 2050. Factors contributing to this decline include a low birth rate, high mortality, and migration abroad. Personal stories from Bulgarians like Mariana Gomileva and Anely highlight the desire to emigrate for better opportunities, despite the challenges and uncertainties that come with such a decision. Experts like Boyan Duranchev and Petar Ganev discuss the economic struggles and the need for security to encourage population growth and the return of emigrants.

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