Live to Live is an example of avant-garde feminist cinema with an abstract visual composition. The human body, which is the subject of ideological discourse, is present in this experimental film by Spanish artist Laida Lertxundi only in the soundtrack, in which one can hear the beating of a heart and an orgasmic climax. The images presented of mountains, an EKG, and musicians playing have no common denominator; their significance is in their political overtones.
Born in 1981 in Spain. Instead of original works, she makes films that are composed of landscapes and sounds. In addition to making short films, she also teaches at the University of California.
2007 Footnotes to a House of Love (short)
2010 Llora Cuando Te Pase/Cry When It Happens (short)
2013 Utskor: Either/Or (short)
2014 We Had to Experience but Missed the Meaning (short)
2015 Życie dla życia / Vivir Para Vivir / Live to Live (short)