Brothers Evaristo, Félix and Baltasar Guallar are the only inhabitants of Escó, a crumbling village in Aragón, Spain. In 1959, during Franco’s dictatorship, Escó was expropriated. The village was abandoned by all but the Guallar family who refused to leave behind their home and livestock. Today, the construction of a motorway to the Pyrenees threatens the brother’s isolated world and Escó’s very existence once again. What will be the final fate of the Guallars and the curious place they call home?
She has a degree in Communication and Cinematographic Production and a master’s degree in Creative Documentary at Pompeu Fabra University. She made a stay at the Bauhaus University, through which she directed the films Domus, premiered at several international festivals, and Cuencas, shot in 8 mm. She has collaborated in productions by filmmakers such as Isaki Lacuesta and Eva Vila. When The Mountain Rumbles is her first professional film with the production company Polar Star Films.
Filmography: El día que volaron la montaña (short, 2022, D'A 2022), Domus (short, 2020), Cuencas (short, 2018)