Chef Santi Cordón takes a journey on his vegycle (a bicycle/garden/cooker) from his home town of Tudela to Malaga’s Film Festival, where a documentary is competing. The documentary is about the last vegetable gardeners and Santi is the main character. In this sustainable 90-kilometre eco trip, he has as a companion the Malaga-born permaculturist Alberto Marín. This humorous road-movie is born on the back of their journey, in which its noble protagonists plant a vegetable garden on their bicycle, making it their trustee steed.
Navarrese photographer and documentary maker, Patxi Uriz has been awarded twice at La Gourmand Cookbook Awards. In 2008 he won the National Geographic Award for a photograph taken in Angkor (Cambodia) and his book ‘Navarra a la Carte’ was distinguished as the best gastronomic travel book in the world. In 2016 he won a Goya for Best Documentary Short Film for ‘Hijos de la Tierra’ and in 2020 he directed together with Jordi Matas ‘Los Últimos de la Mejana, rebeldía y esperanza’. A film director with postgrad degrees in Graphics and Animation, Jordi Matas works in television as a filmmaker, editor, cameraman, and graphic artist/animator. In 2012 he decided to join the team of dream makers Nobody’s Films Productions. Versatile and multi-talented, he has been involved in a wide variety of projects in all audiovisual fields.