A young woman inherits a huge house from her grandparents and, along with it, a series of responsibilities and surprising findings. However, she has not inherited the talents of the previous dwellers. Fortunately, they are still inside the house and will not take long to step in. Their names are Fernando Fernán Gómez and Emma Cohen.
Her audiovisual work oscillates between documentary and fiction. She has made films that address a variety of subjects and characters, from the rise to power of Bolivia’s president Evo Morales, analysed from a gender perspective in ‘La mitad de todo’ (2012), to a group of esparto grass workers in an old factory in southern Spain in ‘Nos llaman las estereras’ (2013). She has always been interested in the intersection between cinema and art, citizen participation in cultural creation, and memory. Until 2016 she remained a member of the Cine sin Autor collective. Since then, she has been active in researching and organising the written, theatrical and cinematographic work of Fernando Fernán Gómez and Emma Cohen through a multidisciplinary project that includes, among other works, the short film ‘¿Nos hablan los muertos?’ (2019) and which now culminates with ‘Journey to Somewhere’.