Road to Revolution
Road to Revolution

Recently at the Cannes Film Festival, beActive presented the completed version of the "Road to Revolution" documentary. The feature-length film, that focuses on the stories of the people who have been affected or have partaken in the Arab Spring. It’s an emotional portrait of people affected by the revolutionary movement, like the mother who lost her son in the Libyan civil war or the Egyptian who still resists in Tahrir Square.

Besides being a theatrically released film, directed by Portuguese director Dânia Lucas, the film's full experience includes two TV documentaries, forty Webisodes and one App for Tablets and Connected TV devices that extends the documentary experience. The interactive application provides additional content, including material not used in the Documentary and additional life-stories, creating an integrated dual-screen experience. It also gives an overview of the socio-economic, geographical and political development of each country and ethnicity. The full transmedia project is available to be licensed to international distributors and VoD platforms as a full package or as separate individual content elements.

"Road to Revolution"  was produced by award-winning writer-producer Nuno Bernardo , an EAVE graduate and 2014 PRODUCER ON THE MOVE at the Cannes Film Festival. The feature-length documentary is already available worldwide at the new VIMEO VoD service: . At Cannes, beActive also presented the documentary “The Stand Ups” (in production) and the family film “Get Happy” (in development with the support of the Irish Film Board).

Road to Revolution Featured Documentary - Trailer from beActive on Vimeo.

About beActive

beActive is an award winning and EMMY-nominated TV, Film and Digital studio with a decade of experience in Film and TV production, international co-production, licensing and distribution of entertainment content across a multitude of platforms. The company has offices in Lisbon, London and Dublin and joint ventures with production companies in Canada and Brazil.