The Catalan architect Enric Miralles (1955-2000) is an essential figure in contemporary Spanish and international architecture. He is also a complex character, powerful for his artistic and intellectual side, a hypnotic, polyhedral man with many contradictions. A personality that, over the course of time, has become impenetrable.
Born in Milan in 1974, she graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in his hometown. In 2003, she began directing documentaries for Sky's Classica HD platform, making contemporary music, opera and dance productions about personalities such as Daniel Barenboim, Pina Bausch, Carolyn Carlson, among others.
Her first feature film L'Amatore (The Amateur) is a journey through the intimate folds of the renowned Italian architect Piero Portaluppi. The film premiered at the Locarno Film Festival. She is currently working on her next film Miralles and at the same time she is starting the development of a project with the actress Giulia Lazzarini, a renowned Italian theater and film artist.
In Barcelona she combines artistic activity with teaching, collaborating as a teacher with the Universities Elisava and Estab, where she directs the practical workshop Architecture and Cinema.
Miralles (2022-2023) Documentary - director
L'Amatore (2016) Documentary - director