José Antonio Maenza, a brilliant, ground-breaking filmmaker and fabulist from Aragon, is a vital yet almost unknown figure in Spanish independent cinema of the sixties. El lobby contra el cordero is his first film, made in Saragossa (1967-1968). This work brings up many of the ideas that were to accompany him in his short but intense career: revolution, sexuality, Marxism, Situationism, happening, performance, ritual, representation, collage... The film is part of the cycle “Alô, alô, món! Cinemes d’invenció en la generació del 68”, held in Barcelona (Filmoteca de Catalunya, Halfhouse, El Palomar), Valencia, Madrid and A Coruña.