As a music lover, and as an old chap who was young when the indie exploded, I am very excited about the reunion and tour of the crucial band Bikini Kill. This news has sow in me the seed of hope, as I wish I could see them live in Spain someday. In 2013 I had the pleasure and the honour of translating and subtitling The punk singer, the Sini Anderson’s documentary about the life and work of the lead singer, Kathleen Hannah, a most intelligent, sharp human being with a great talent for writing songs that swat straight at you, and who inoculated combative feminism in the 90’s alternative music agenda. It’s a terrific film that offers a great deal of data about Kathleen’s career, from her first steps as a fanzine editor to her claims with Bikini Kill, and does not forget her following projects, Le Tigre and The Julie Ruin, until she was forced to stand down from the stage because of a nasty disease caused by a tick. This is the second film that I have translated for In-Edit Music Film Festival and ends up as the winner. The first one was About a son, another brilliant film about Kurt Cobain, who was a friend of Kathleen way before both became celebrities. You know, if you’ve made any film about grunge and you need it to be translated and you decide to contract my services, maybe you will even win some prizes. Modesty aside, of course.