The documentary looks at the life and work of Rafael Canogar, a fundamental painter in the history of Spanish art in the 20th century, which in turn leads into an inquiry into the figures of Canogar’s children: Daniel, and his international success with his avant-garde creations, and Diego, a meticulous sculptor who preserves the legacy of an entire generation, that of his father, who revolutionized Spanish art. The film is a journey for the senses through the creative process and the lives of three artists from the same family: what they share and what makes them different. But, above all, it is a living portrait of one of the best Spanish painters of the 20th century and, fortunately, also of the 21st century.
She is a documentary filmmaker and screenwriter born in Madrid in 1970. In 2002 she founded Pandorga Comunicación. She graduated in Journalism in 1993 and soon directed her professional career towards investigative journalism and documentaries, an occupation that she combines with directing in other audiovisual genres and the creation of contents for the Internet. Since her first script for a documentary feature for Antena 3 in 1995, ‘La ley de la selva’, she has been the director and/or screenwriter of more than thirty titles that address the most diverse topics.