12.-20.11.2016.

10.000 Km

10.000 Km

Spain, 2014, 99'

directed by: Carlos Marques-Marcet

written by: Clara Roquet, Carlos Marques-Marcet

cast: Natalia Tena, David Verdaguer

cinematography: Dagmar Weaver-Madsen

edited by: Juliana Montañés, Carlos Marques-Marcet

producers: Tono Folguera, Jana Díaz Juhl, Sergi Moreno

production: Lastor Media, La Panda Productions

festivals and awards: 

SXSW; Malaga Film Festival (winner of five prizes including the Golden Biznaga for Best Film); Dallas International Film Festival; Goya Award for Best New Director

One year, two computers and an entire ocean between them. A one-year scholarship in Los Angeles will separate Alexandra from her boyfriend Sergio and their love shack in Barcelona. Forced to face the challenges of a long-distance relationship, Sergio and Alexandra will try to keep the spark burning via laptop screens – the only weapon they have in this battle of 10000 kilometres standing in the way of their future together. This feature debut by Carlos Marques-Marcet has won the Spanish Film Academy Goya Award for best new director.

Carlos Marques-Marcet was born in Barcelona, Spain, where he started developing his unique voice at an early age. Carlos’s second short film A munt i a vall (The Mountain and the Valley) was awarded the INJUVE Young Creators Award. Renowned Cahiers de Cinema selected Udols, his fourth film, as Best Short Film in 2008. Carlos Marques-Marcet studied Film and Television in UCLA’s Master of Fine Arts program.