Biblioteca Central de Cantabria

  • Escribir lo imposible

    Simone G. Saibeneo

    2021 // Spain // 61 min.

    Juan Tallón (Vilardevós, Ourense 1975) writes all day long, especially when he is not writing. He is a regular contributor to El País, Jot Down, El Progreso and Cadena Ser. He has published 6 novels. In 2020, shortly before the lockdown, he published 'Rewind' (Anagrama), a book, set in Lyons (France), about the fragility of life, its unexpected blows and the things we have lost forever. This documentary tells the story of how 'Rewind' was created and how the new reality ended up being stranger than fiction.

    Simone G. Saibene was born in Italy in 1977. In 2003 he graduated with honors in Communication Sciences at the IULM University of Milan. From 2006 to 2010 he worked as a programmer and editor of publications at the San Fedele Foundation in Milan (Italy). Since 2009 he lives in Ourense (Spain) where, in 2012, he formed his own production and distribution company Noveolas Producciones.
    In his filmography there are titles such as 'Il furto della zucca' (2005), 'Regreso a San Andrés' (2006), '9 ondas' (2013), 'Kuti Khanti' (2014), or 'Pelerinaxes' (2016), films that touring numerous national and international festivals receiving several awards. Professor and coordinator of cycles of cinema, journalist and critic audiovisual, collaborates with various media and institutions, among others, the magazine 'Duellanti', the Instituto Cervantes in Milan, the Esap in Porto, the CGAI in A Coruña, the University of Vigo, or Onda Cero Ourense where Saibene conducts weekly a program dedicated to cinema 'Butaca Cero'. Since 2019, he produces and conducts the TV program 'Cinephilia' on Telemiño. In 2021, the program received the Maestro Mateo Award for Best TV Program and Saibene was among the finalists for Best Communicator.


    FRIDAY 12th // 19:00h