Helena de Llanos, is a film director, actress and philologist, and the granddaughter of Fernando Fernán Gómez. She studied Hispanic Philology, she worked as a teacher of Spanish, literature and film history in various centers and universities; and she holds a doctorate in literature and film in the United States. Her audiovisual works oscillate between documentary and fiction. On occasions she has focused her work on giving a new meaning to audiovisual archives, creating pieces such as Diario de Cuarentona (2020), in which she worked with a large amount of archive material to create a story about the months of lockdown during the pandemic. Her approach, to date, is a junction between cinema with art, memory and citizen participation in cultural creation. Since 2016, she has been researching and organizing the written, theatrical and cinematographic work of Fernando Fernán Gómez and Emma Cohen through a multidisciplinary project that includes, in addition to several books, the short film ¿Nos hablan los muertos? (2019) and the feature film Viaje a alguna Parte (2021).