Date and Time: 26/05/2022 (21:30-23:30)
Location: Department of Audio & Visual Arts (Old Asylum)
María Arrondo is a social and political activist who fought for democratic values in Spain during the transition, as well as for gender equality and social rights.
VICKY CALAVIA (Zaragoza, SPAIN, 1971) Director, screenwriter and producer of documentaries such as Elvira de Hidalgo (2021), Opening Windows (2021), María Arrondo (2021), Aloud (2021), En tu piel (2018), FilmSet (2017), Luchar por Europa ( 2017), Tendiendo palabra (2017), Píldoras por amor (2016), La ciudad de las mujeres (2016), The cinema that was always there (2015), The free word (2015), Why I write (2013), Inhabited spaces (2012), Your soul is a chosen landscape (2011), The projection of dreams (2011), Notes from row 8 (2009). Director of film festivals, such as the La Mirada Tabú International Festival. Teacher of audiovisual language, documentary and experimental cinema.