‘Where Memory Ends’ travels through the region of Las Hurdes and revisits Madrid’s Residencia de Estudiantes to draw the portrait of Ian Gibson, the author of the biographies of Buñuel, Dalí and Lorca. The journey ends in Granada, where, after a 50-year search, Gibson gets closer than ever to finding Lorca’s remains: a symbol of reconciliation in a country that is reluctant to make peace with its past.
Honorary Professor of Film and Translation at the University of Roehampton (London) and lecturer at the University of Vigo. He has been researching on accessibility in film for a decade. As leader of the research group GALMA, he has published several books on the subject and coordinates different research and consultancy projects. Her first short documentary, ‘Joining the Dots’ (2012), premiered at the Venice Film Festival. His second and third films, ‘Brothers and Sisters’ (documentary short) and ‘Joel’ (fiction short), shot in Kenya, were published by ‘El País’ in 2013 along with the article ‘Levantarse en Kibera’.