Chile. 2020. Color. 20 min. Documental. Vídeo.
  • Film Director: Carla Simón; Dominga Sotomayor.
  • Scriptwriter: Carla Simón; Dominga Sotomayor.
  • Cinematography: Carla Simón; Dominga Sotomayor.
  • Editing: Carla Simón; Dominga Sotomayor.
  • Sound: Aleix Sans; Can Sons.
  • Producer: Dominga Sotomayor; María Zamora; Carla Sospedra.
  • Co-production: España

In the form of a filmed epistolary conversation, two young filmmakers discuss film, present and past family, heritage, and maternity. The personal and profound reflections 'which are embodied in the graceful images taken day-to-day' are suddenly echoed by the political emergency of a country.

Carla Simón

Carla was born in 1986 in a small Catalan village. Graduated in Audiovisual Communication in Barcelona and California, she started a Master's in TV Quality and Innovation organized by the Television de Catalunya. Today she lives in London where she studies at the London Film School.

"Estiu 1993" (2017) / "Las pequeñas cosas" (2015) / "Lipstick" (2013) / "Born Positive" (2012) / "La Marató" (2011) / "Amor amb accent obert" (2011) / "Un piloto llamado La Clínica" (2011) / "Women" (2011)

Dominga Sotomayor

Dominga was born in 1985. She is one of the leading young directors from Chile. Her first feature film 'De Jueves A Domingo - Thursday till Sunday' (2012) was developed at the Cannes’ Cinéfondation Résidence and won several awards. Dominga directed various short-films and had her video pieces and installations also shown in Britain's National Museum of Modern Art and at exhibitions in Santiago de Chile.

"Videojuego" (2009) / "La Montaña" (2008) / "Debajo" (2007) / "Noviembre" (2007) / "Cessna" (2005)