Eva, Kat’s and Roger have been friends since their student years back in Barcelona. Now separated, they all look back with nostalgia at the little family they created. Eva and Kat’s humble but carefree existence on their boat on London’s Regent’s Canal gets turned on its head when Eva presents her lover with an ultimatum: 38-year old Eva wants to have a child.
- Best Non-Catalan Language Film, Gaudí Awards (2018)
- Best Spanish Film, Sant Jordi Awards (2018)
Carlos Marques-Marcet graduated in 2006 with a degree in Audiovisual Communication from Universidad Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). In 2008 he was granted a Fundación La Caixa scholarship, which allowed him to study Cinematography Direction at UCLA (Los Angeles). He filmed his first documentary, De Pizarros y Atahualpas, in Peru (2009). After that, during his stay in North America, he worked as a director, screenwriter and producer of the short film Y’ll be alone (2010). In 2014, he presented his first fiction feature film, 10,000 km, which was filmed in Barcelona. 10,000 km has been granted a Goya Award for the best novel director, and 5 Gaudí Awards to the best director, best not Catalan-speaking film, best script and best actor and best actress. He released his third feature film, Tierra Firme (Anchor and Hope) in 2017.