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The exhibition "Euskadi Fantastikoa 19: Sorgin seinalea" is open at the Central Library

Sorgin seinalea
Sorgin seinalea


The exhibition Euskadi Fantastikoa 19: Sorgin seinalea / La marca de la bruja (Gregorio Muro Harriet & Daniel Redondo), from the program of the 34th Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, will be open between October 27th and November 18th at the Central Library (Alderdi Eder).

Year of our Lord, 1611. Lapurdi, French Basque Country. Elvira de Goitie, wife, and mother of a small child, is accused of witchcraft and brought before Pierre de Rosteguy, Lord of Lancre, a despot who controls the region, perpetrating all manner of cruel abuses against the local population. And so begins the story and struggle for freedom of this female character amid a world entirely dominated by men.

Gregorio Muro Harriet (San Sebastian, 1954)
Author of comics, screenwriter, and film and TV director. In 1978 he began writing comics in the magazine Ipurbeltz. In 1981 he released his first works in France through such publishing houses as Glénat, Dargaud and Les Humanoïdes Associés: Justin Hiriart (5 volumes), La marca de la bruja (5 volumes), Las aventuras de Ion y Mirka (2 volumes), Sudor de sol (5 volumes) and Simon Besaluze (3 volumes). In 1990 he entered the audiovisual sphere as screenwriter on Juanba Berasategi's animated feature film Baleanerrak, since when he has worked on numerous productions. In 2015 he set up the publishing house Harriet Ediciones with the aim of reviving many past works and embarking on new titles.

Daniel Redondo (Bilbao, 1940)
He began his career writing comic strips for the Bruguera publishing house in Barcelona. On his return to the Basque Country he settled in San Sebastian, where he met Gregorio Muro, creating numerous short stories for a number of magazines, along with the series Las aventuras de Ion y Mirka and La marca de la bruja. Later, together with the French screenwriter Christian Perrissin, he drew various albums in the series La juventud de Barba Roja.

Curator: Jorge Madejón

Araña Araña