XV Festival Internacional de Cine Documental
A mental map of the southern capital of the underground movement during the tumultuous and wistful years of the “Transition”, where the desire to establish a new era mingles with the ruins of a decaying society. Raccord jumps, metalanguage and cinema within cinema articulate a historical fresco of modernity in form and message.
Gonzalo García-Pelayo (Madrid, 1947) is one of the fundamental cult authors of Spanish cinema. Responsible for dozens of films from 1968 to the present day, including titles such as Manuela (1975) and Vivir en Sevilla (1978), all his work is characterized by its vitalism, transgression and insubordination.