Marta Lallana, Ivet Castelo, ES, 2019
67 min., OmeU (spanisch)
Sondervorstellung mit Q&A
Paula, a 14 year old girl, has to spend the summer in the town of Ojos Negros with her aunt and her grandmother, whom she barely knows. There she discovers the family tensions, which are revealed due to her grandmother's illness. While trying to escape from that suffocating atmosphere she meets Alicia, a girl of her age with whom she establishes an intense friendship. At the end of the summer Paula will have a feeling about what growing up means.


Biofilmography of the directors:

Marta Lallana (1994, Zaragoza). She was finalist of the european Master of Photography contest (Sky Arts), supervised by photographers such as Bruce Gilden or David Lachapelle. She began her career as the director of photography of the short film El Arquero (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2016). Afterwards, she combined the production, script and codirection of her debut Ojos Negros with the thinking-out of several projects in Nanouk Films production company, co-scripting, among others, the short film Restos De Cosas (Salvador Sunyer and Xavier Bobés, 2018).

Ivet Castelo (1995, Vic). Graduated in 2017 in the degree of Audiovisual Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University. In 2016, she decided to study during a semester at Korea University (Seoul). She was the production director of the short film El Arquero, produced by Pompeu Fabra, premiered at the Mecal and selected at national festivals such as SomCinema. Ojos Negros is her debut as a director and scriptwriter. She currently resides in Vienna, where she continues her career as a filmmaker.

World Premiere: Festival de Málaga 2019 - Zonacine - Biznaga de Plata for Best Movie
- International Premire: BAFICI 2019- Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente - International Premire
- D’A 2019- Festival de Cinema d’Autor de Barcelona - Talents
- Món Filmat 2019 - Opening
- Atlàntida Film Festival - Mallorca Premiere
- Festival Internacional Buñuel Calanda
- Cerdanya Film Festival
- Der neue Heimatfilm - International Premire
- Festival Internacional de San Sebastián - Made in Spain