Fernando Ruiz Vergara

Fernando Ruiz Vergara was born in Seville in 1942. The painting, sculpture and ceramics are the first voyages, thus participating in solo and group exhibitions in Barcelona, Brussels, Lisbon, Seville and Huelva.

Organizes various film festivals in the north and south of Portugal, for Spanish, in the years 1974-1975, while censorship works in Spain.

In 1975 he co-founded the library in Lisbon Iberlibro and Intervenção Cultural Center (CIC). Within this group, manages the Stadium Cinema Alges Dafundo and organizes the 1st International Film Mostra Intervenção a year later in Estoril. Also co-founded in Seville Andalusian Film Team E.C.A Production Cooperative.

In 1980 directed and produced the controversial documentary "Rocío," which won first prize of the 1st Festival of Seville. This documentary was banned throughout the national territory do and still not allowed in our country the issue of a fragment of that documentary.

In the late 80 directs a documentary about the life of the Portuguese musician Fernando Lopes Graça and scripts for other projects in TV: "Os ventos", "A luz occidental," "Igrejas Ad Laetere. As Seiten" for private production.