Andalusian Panorama


Pilar Távora | Spain | 2019 | 60 min.
O.V in Spanish

Sevillian, Gypsy and internationally known and valued as one of the most important avant-garde artists of political art in the 1930s. Considered the best revolutionary cartoonist of the Spanish State. Republican, anarchist, poet, soldier. He was a revolutionary, a painter, an intellectual, and the founder of the house of Andalusia in Barcelona, persecuted and detained continuously throughout his life, coherent with his social and political ideas until his death at the age of 51. War poster artist, passionate and unusual person. This is the fascinating story of Helios Gómez.

Direction: Pilar Távora
Script: Pilar Távora
Cinematography: Marc Cuxart
Editing: Pilar Távora
Sound: Daniel de Sayas
Cast: Juan Carlos Cabra
Production Company: ARBONAIDA FILMS, ARTS S.L.


He was born in Seville, in the Cerro del Águila neighborhood, in the heart of a family dedicated to flamenco and theater. Daughter of the well-known playwright Salvador Távora, Pilar is studying psychology at the University of Seville and in parallel she is studying English and starting her career in cinema. She is one of the few directors who make cinema, theater and TV in Spain with her own production company, being therefore, author and businesswoman. Her work is fundamentally dedicated to diverse topics of fiction as well as documentary and television series related to Andalusia, the woman, the culture and the gypsy ethnic group.