Endless Revolutions


Nina Danino | United Kingdom | 2019 | 70 min.
O.V in English and Spanish subtitled in English and Spanish

Following the trace of renown artists like Marifé de Triana and Lola Flores, the British director and artist Nina Danino makes a surprising and exciting analysis in a contemporary and feminist tone of the "copla". Starting from a sentimental journey through the songs performed by her mother, Danino strips down the lyrics and idiosyncrasy of the genre with fervor and admiration, and elaborates a picture of that "very much a woman" interpreter. A new dimension to a cultural manifestation that from so close, it is difficult to ponder.

Direction: Nina Danino
Editing: Juan Soto, John Veal
Sound: Michael Koderisch
Cast: Marifé de Triana, Yolanda Figueroa, Elena Danino
Production: Nina Danino
Production Company: Temporal Films


Nina Danino was born in Gibraltar. She studied Fine Art, Painting at St Martin's School of Art (1973-1977) and Environmental Media at the Royal College of Art (1978-1981) in London. Her work has been broadcast and shown internationally in museums, cinemas, film festivals and galleries and is published on DVD and CD. She was co-editor of Undercut magazine and has co-edited The Undercut Reader: Critical Writings on Artists' Film and Video (2002). She was Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, Camberwell College of Art, London and the Architectural Association. She is currently Lecturer in Fine Art at Goldsmith's College, London. She has received major awards from the Arts Council of England, British Film Institute, National Lottery, London Production Fund and Channel 4.