18 NOV - 4 DEC 2022

Hirugarren koadernoa



Two women—an actor and a filmmaker—sketch out a screenplay based on the diary that María Dolores González Katarain, alias “Yoyes”, kept during her exile in Mexico, between 1980 and 1985, after relinquishing her leadership role in the armed separatist group Eta. As the screenplay takes shape, Yoyes words are joined by shimmering references to other key women: Ulrike Meinhof, Simone de Beauvoir, Rocío Díaz Escobar, Alexandra Kollontai, Tina Modotti... Meanwhile, outside, darkness is falling.


Lur Olaizola Lizarralde (Donostia, 1988) is a filmmaker and programmer. Since 2015 she has coordinated the Tabakalera film programme in San Sebastián, where she has curated, among other, Desde el principio. Historias del cine feminista. In 2017 she curated Distant Touch: José Val del Omar, the first US José Val del Omar retrospective, at the Anthology Film Archives, New York. Her previous shorts include Xulia (2019) and Zerua blu (2020), winner of the 2020 Zinebi Festival Award for Best Spanish Short. In 2021 she was selected to take part in Berlinale Talents. Since 2020 she has taught at the Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola film school. She is a member of the selection committee for Punto de Vista Festival.