La primavera siempre vuelve
It is spring and Grandma Margara teaches her four grandchildren to plant in small pots. Three of them decide to fly away from their family corral and go out to discover the world. Years pass, the grandmother grows old, and those who left are present in their own way... but never like those who stayed. And it is that distance does not always bring a return, people may or may not return, but spring, that yes, always returns.
Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, 1982. Producer and Writer, she has worked on more than 20 animated projects for companies such as Ánima Estudios, BRBInternacional or Aardman Animations. She co-funded MIA, Association of Women in the Animation Industry in Spain, being its first elected President. Currently, she heads the Development Film department at Anima and she is Member of the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain. La primavera siempre vuelve is her first project as a director.
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