Border towns always have a sort of irremovable identifying category that turns them into pure essence and, in time, fixes them in a state of eternal foreignness. Eloy Enciso’s characters work almost as an exact archetype of this condition: they are the population of Couto Mixto, a legendary place in the border between Galicia and Portugal with a population of two hundred and twenty seven square kilometers.
Born in Meira, Spain, he shares his life and work between Galicia and Portugal. He graduated in Environmental Sciences before studying Documentary Filmmaking at the EICTV in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba
Filmography: Arraianos (2012), Pic-nic (2007), La clase (curt) (2004), No tan Buena Vista (curt) (2004), Cambiando la rueda (curt) (2003)