15 NOV - 5 DEC 2021




Two young filmmakers record letters to each other in which they talk about cinema, their past and present relationship with their family, passing things on and what it means to become a mother. Their deeply personal yet far-reaching reflections—embodied in their delicate daily pictures—also manage to echo the political crisis emergency at national level.


Carla Simón (Barcelona, 1986) studied at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the University of California. She was awarded a scholarship to study an MA at the London Film School. Her debut feature, Estiu 1993 (2017), premiered at the Berlinale, where it won the Best First Film Award.
Dominga Sotomayor (Santiago de Chile, 1985) won the Tiger Award at Rotterdam Film Festival for her debut feature, De jueves a domingo (2012). Her second film, Demasiado tarde para morir joven (2018), made her the first woman to be awarded a Golden Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival.