Spain, 2017, 20 min
Faced with the challenges presented by her daily routine, Ramona tries to take refuge in the relationship that unites her to her daughter and granddaughter.
- Director Bio
- Festivals And Awards
Alvaro Gago graduates in Audiovisual Communication and Music in Spain, theatre studies in Chicago and filmmaking in London. His first two short films, "Curricán" and "Bombolles", play and win awards at several film festivals. His most recent short film "Matria", received the grand jury prize in Sundance, and was premiered in Spain at Valladolid International Film Festival, winning Best National Film. Currently, he is editing "Trote", Xacio Baño’s first feature film, as well as developing both his next short film and first feature film script.
Grand Jury Prize for Short Film – Sundance 2018. Best National Short Film – SEMINCI, Spain 2018. Best Fiction Short Film – IndieLisboa 2018. Best National Film, Best Actress – ALCINE, Spain 2017. Clermont-Ferrand 2018. SIFF, Seattle 2018. Aspen Shortsfest 2018. Nashville FF 2018. Palm Springs IShFF 2018.
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