In 1974 Werner Herzog walked from Munich to Paris, an act of faith to prevent the death of his mentor, film critic Lotte Eisner. In 2020, a young filmmaker walks following in Herzog ́s footsteps in an act of love to one of the best filmmakers of our time. A journey through villages, nature, loneliness and cold, looking for the meaning of filmmaking. Including fragments of the book Of Walking in Ice by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog narrated by himself exclusively for the film.
(Madrid, Spain, 1985) graduated in Film, Media and Audiovisual Communication. An experimental filmmaker, he was chosen as one of the top 20 filmmakers ofthe year 2020 by “Cinemania” film magazine. In his commitment to new formats, he produced and directed the experimental project All the Women 366 minutes, 366 videos, referenced in major national and international media such as “The New York Times” and “Indiewire.” In 2013, he created the Spanish film manifesto initiative #Littlesecretfilm. He has produced more than 25 films, including the latest works of Chema García Ibarra, Marçal Fores, Miguel Larraya. He is in development on his next project, The Unknown Girl.
All the Women 366 minutes, 366 videos (doc, 2012), Manic Pixie Dream Girl (doc, 2013), #Realmovie (doc, 2013), Dear Werner - Walking on Cinema (doc, 2020).
“In this documentary I have followed in Herzog’s footsteps, traveling the same path 45 years later, trying to reflect on his cinema and the sense of creation, looking to the past, and through my own experience in the present. During the journey, I reflect on the loneliness of cinema and the need for creation, on the projects that remain along the way, on the frustration of rejection, on the euphoria when one creates a powerful image in the mind of another human being. I like to say that this documentary is a cinematographic letter addressed to one of the best soldiers, as he defines us, in the history of cinema. A journey from the past to the present while trying to find my own voice as a filmmaker.”