Carmen Conde was a prolific writer and the first female RAE member. Very much aware of her authorial voice, she became spectator and raconteur of the hardest moments of the 20-century in Spain and also of the existence of networks of women artists and intellectuals sustaining each other, their work and their thoughts. She is a link between those who went to exile and those who stayed. Always a poet and a teacher.
ACTRESS: Nadia Serantes | SOURCE: Por el camino, viendo sus orillas (Carmen Conde, Plaza-Janés, 1986) | DIRECTED BY: Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | SCRIPT: Fran Garcerá, Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | PRODUCTION: Isabel Santafé, Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles | CASTING: Cervantes Theatre | ARTISTIC DESIGN: Lucy Richards | COSTUME: O.La.La Vintage Wardrobe | HAIR & MAKE-UP: Charo Hairdressing | POSTPRODUCTION:Luke Hagan, Jonas Hawkins | SOUND: Jack Oliver | SET MANAGER: Samuel Walker | CAMERA OPERATOR: Luke Hagan | EDITING: Ashley Thorpe | STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: Rhodri Cooper | MAKING OF: Luke Hagan | TRANSLATION: Isabel Santafé | VOICE ARROZ CON LECHE: Lisa Campos Sánchez.