An intimate portrait of traditional life in the Pyrenees Mountains following a dozen shepherds and peasants in the cycle of a year. They tell us about the harshness and wisdom of the past, the great significance of nature and the threat of the economic and environmental crisis. The wheel of time is unstoppable, everything is destined to change, so we must know where we are coming from to know where we are headed.
Raised between New York City and a town in the Catalan Pyrenees, his roots emerge from strong contrasts. He has an MFA in directing from the American Film Institute where he made the award-winning short film, “King Returns” (Best Dramatic Short, Winslow). His films have been screened internationally at festivals and on television, winning various awards. In 2008 he completed the dramatic medium-length film, "Murdered by Heaven" which won the "Best Actor" award at the Berdyansk International Festival, Ukraine. His latest documentary, “Terranostra”, a TV3 co-production, won “Best Documentary” at the FIC-CAT festival. He is currently working on several projects: “La Araña Cubista”, about the eccentric German artist Edith Schaar, “The Hopi Way”, about the North American tribe, and “El Caballo Loco”, an intergenerational drama about a young graffiti artist and an old payes man
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