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10.000 KM

10.000 KM

Alexandra and Sergio have just decided to have a baby when a news arrives that turns their plans upside down: Alexandra has been offered a year-long artist's residency in Los Angeles. It is her best – and maybe only – opportunity to relaunch a stagnating career in photography. Certain of their relationship's solidity, they face the new challenge head-on. Video chats and e-mails become their everyday tools for staying in touch between Barcelona and Los Angeles. For months they only have the virtual image of the other, with their communication problems, with the obligation to talk every day even when there's nothing to say, with jealousy, with the longing for physical contact. Two people who love each other, two apartments and the images of their past, present and future. Can love survive a distance of 10.000 km?

Carlos Marques-Marcet, born 1983 in Barcelona, Spain, is an editor and a director. He studied visual communication at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and got his Master of Fine Arts at the UCLA School of Film and Television. Marques-Marcet directed several shorts and edited projects for film and TV, including the feature film CARACREMADA (2010, CE '11) by Lluís Galter. LONG DISTANCE is his first feature film. // Films (selected): I'LL BE ALONE (2010, short), EL DIA QUE LA CONOCIMOS (2012, doc short), THE YELLOW RIBBON (2012, short), LONG DISTANCE (2014)

Wettbewerb / Competition 2014

Carlos Marques-Marcet

Spain / United States 2014
DCP / color
95 minutes

Dagmar Weaver-Madsen
Juliana Montañés
Jonathan Darch
Natalia Tena, David Verdaguer


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Produzenten / Producers: Tono Folguera, Jana Díaz Juhl, Sergi Moreno
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