Born deaf, Antonia Singla could not hear the music, and developed the talent of dancing following the sounds and rhythms that she kept in her memory. At the age of 17, she was already considered one of the best flamenco dancers in the world. However, while some of her colleagues became icons of flamenco, La Singla disappeared from the stage before she turned 30. Now time has come to reclaim her story.
With a degree in Fine Arts and a Masters in Creative Documentary, in 2008 she founded her own production company in Barcelona. For more than a decade, she has established herself as an international director of music videos between London and Barcelona. In 2020 Peret: yo soy la rumba was nominated for the Gaudi awards of the Catalan Film Academy and received the award of the Ministry of Culture of Yalta, from the hands of Nikita Mijalkov. Now she’s working on La espera, her first fiction feature.