Film Director

Juan Antonio Moreno Amador is a film director, screenwriter and producer. He has directed and written Welcome to Spain, Boxing for Freedom, a documentary screened in more than 50 countries and selected for the European Film Academy Awards and the documentary Words of Caramel, nominated for the Goya Awards. Moreno Amador has also produced Walls and Our Life as Refugee Children in Europe, winners of two Goya Awards for Best Documentary Short Film.

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Awards & Nominations

More than 100 international awards

J.A. Moreno Amador films have received more than 100 awards and have been selected in more than 500 festivals such as the Hot Docs Festival in Toronto, the Montreal Festival, CPH: DOX in Copenhagen, Sheffield Doc / Fest in the United Kingdom, Camerimage or DocumentaMadrid.


A group of refugees of different nationalities arrive in the city of Seville, where they are welcomed in an old brothel converted into a reception center for asylum seekers and international protection.


Destiny does not want to go back and flees with the help of her friend Paulina while everyone sleeps. In the middle of the night, they escape from fear until they find their refuge.