Spanish Director Jaione Camborda on Childbirth, Death, Life and Spain’s Galicia in the ‘70s

Selected by Variety as a talent to track, Spain’s Jaione Camborda is developing her sophomore effort, “The Rye Horn,” a story that takes place in ‘70s Galicia. After a terrible event, midwife María is forced to become a fugitive and, to wrestle back her freedom, flee Galicia for Portugal along an old smugglers’ route.

Camborda attended Prague’s FAMU film school and Munich’s University of Film and Television (HFF Munich). After several experimental shorts (“Wild Mane Crop,” “Nimbos”) her feature debut “Arima” took a New Waves Award at the Seville European Fest in 2019.

“The Rye Horn” has been developed at two of Spain’s leading labs, San Sebastian’s Ikusmira Berriak and Madrid’s

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