Somewhere on the Spanish meseta, a shepherd dreams of travelling to Titicaca, a retired music duo reminisce about their golden age, two girls are on a fruitless hunt for Pokémon and a grandfather counts the empty houses in the village in his head to get to sleep. All the characters in this cartographic film tell the story of a rural world whose ancestral culture is vanishing with the passage of time. By turns melancholic and humorous, Meseta takes viewers on a journey of the senses through the surrealist landscape of rural Spain.
Juan Palacios (Eibar, 1986) graduated in environmental sciences and audiovisual communication and currently lives in Amsterdam. His first feature, Pedaló (2016), won the Irizar Prize at San Sebastián.
Pesaro Film Festival - Lino Micciché Prize + Student Jury Award
Festival de Gijón