10 min | France | 2006

France, summer 1944. The public punishment of women accused of having affairs with Germans during the war...

Fuente Álamo, la caricia del tiempo
72 min | Spain | 2001

In Fuente Álamo, a village in the province of Albacete in La Mancha, summer makes the days languid. The camera is everywhere in order to record the different lights and sounds, the gestures of old Maria, of the tractor driver Pedro and the shepherd Guillermo, the workers from the shoe factory, the kids getting ready to dance as evening comes. Everyone meets up around the local rock group and the gazpachos manchegos.

Historia chiquita que cruza un océano
45 min | Spain | 2004

The film is the story of a young couple who leaves their country, Uruguay, when the military dictatorship was at the offing. It was a graduation trip around the world during which they decide to stay in Barcelona. And they will never return again.

As a narrator, a girl who discovers the story of her parents through the travel letters and forms her identity as a daughter of immigrants.

The process of uprooting and “rerooting”.

La casa de mi abuela
79 min | Spain | 2005

My grandmother’s house looks into the peculiar relationship between Marina, an impulsive and irreverent 6-year old girl, and Marita, her 75-year old grandmother. The old-fashioned upbringing imposed by the grandmother leads the girl to rebellion, not only against her but against everyone else. The life and customs of the family evolve over the years, uncovering emotions and conflicts.

Espacio público

Espacio público
18 min | Spain | 2006

The esplanade of "El Escorial" (Madrid) is a huge and ascetic plain made of stone -built under the reign of Felipe II in the XVI century- which is crossed daily by tens of peoples. The idea of this film is to describe this space and the figures that cross it. Spring up then the chance choreographies arising from the day-to-day life. The general intention is to find the extraordinary inside the ordinary and to show the distinctive manners of walking of each passer-by, as well as what they have in common. This is the case for example with people from the village who always walk straight, following the stone paths. The film tries to vindicate public space, and the beauty and mystery that uprise from daily and repetitive things.

Ressonàncies magnètiques
10 min | Spain | 2003

I suppose that we have all wanted at times to be able to read someone else’s mind. This story began the day I decided to enter into the head of Isa, my beloved lover. I had already taken thousands and thousands of photos of her, but photos never go through bodies, neither allow to seize ideas. Was there any way of knowing what she was really thinking about, or what she was feeling? I’ve never forgotten the first time I heard of magnetic resonance”. This is how my love story began, based on three experiences (free association of words, singing three songs and remembering three special cities for our couple), that aimed at penetrating, through a magnetic resonance device, the hidden bends of Isa’s brain.

Le bruit du canon

Le bruit du canon
27 min | France | 2006

Every year, between October and March, a black cloud of 500 000 starlings crashes onto the Locarn region in Brittany. Swarms of birds ravage the crops and despoil the agriculture. A small wood of firs turns into a “dormitory” for these migratory birds, which cover the ground and the trees with tones of their evacuation.

Farmers have tried everything to fight against this plague. They tell us about their various attempts, more or less legal, more or less successful, to drive away the birds or to kill them. They describe the damages and the details of their daily horror. It is a declared war against the birds, lead by the humans, in a helpless struggle with a Nature that remains far beyond their understanding.

Meanwhile the birds perform magnificent choreographies above the firs. Their astonishing gathering makes this phenomenon alarming as well as mysterious.

Au-delà du supermarché
10 min | Spain | 2007

When we go to the supermarket, we can very simply buy meat, which is clean, well cut and handed on hygienic plates. We can reach it very easily, without any efforts. But how did this meat arrive to the supermarket? What links the animal alive to the piece of meat on a plate? What is there beyond the supermarket? Au-delà du supermarché tries to show death, blood and violence that are hidden from our eyes and that denature the reality where we live.