Tourism, war, reenactments, cosplay, historical memory and sound archives are the main ingredients of Turismo de Guerra. De la guerra también se sale. Since 1950, international tourism has grown faster it ever had before thanks to the new international order, social stability, and the growth of culture in the Western world. There is a greater diversity of new products on offer and new models for tourism have arisen, such as war tourism. In Spain, war tourism, or trips to visit its wartime past, focus on the events, places, and landscapes from the Civil War from 1936 to 1939. Our idea is to mix historical memory and experimentation.
His first film as director and editor, "Objetivo Gadafi", explains the Arab Spring in Libya through newsreel footage, premiered at the Maldà cinema in Barcelona. It is followed by the trilogy on the Basque punk of the 80s that includes "Las más macabras de las vidas", "Inadaptados" and "No somos nada", films that have had a great run in national and international festivals. "Las más macabras de las vidas" was presented at the Distrital Film Festival in Mexico City in 2014 and won first prize at the Dock of the Bay Festival in Donosti in 2015 and has been screened in more than 5000 international festivals. "Inadaptados" and "No somos nada" were presented at the SEFF (Seville International Film Festival). This trilogy is followed by "Los magnicidios españoles y Poe", a film constructed from five short films that explain the assassinations of General Prim, Cánovas, Dato, Canalejas and Carrero Blanco mixed with short stories by E. A. Poe. "Montezuma-Grau. Descendencia mortal", is his first fantasy genre film, which premiered in 2017 at the 50th edition of the Gijón International Film Festival. Based on his final degree project in History at the University of Barcelona, he has made "Un recorrido audiovisual por la transición", selected for competition at SEFF 2017, in the Resistencias section, where a collective film entitled "Histeria de España" was also presented as a special screening. During 2018, La Virreina Centre de la Imatge de Barcelona dedicated to him an anthological exhibition about his work entitled "Dame punk y dime tonto". As part of the exhibition, the film "Los demenciales chicos acelerados. Barcelona and surroundings", which deals with the punk scene in his hometown between the 80s and 90s. The Filmin platform produced for him the second part of his particular vision of the recent history of this country entitled "Histeria de Catalunya", a collective film. The film was presented at the Atlantida Festival in Palma de Mallorca in 2018. The penultimate part of his story about punk and the Spanish transition, "Los demenciales chicos acelerados. Euskadi y tal", was presented in competition at the Dock of the Bay Festival in January 2020. During 2020 finished the last film of the Spanish punk and transition series "Los demenciales chicos acelerados. Las cuatro esquinas y Madrid", presented in international competition at the SEFF in the International Resistances section.