Carlos MARQUÉS-MARCET (1983, Spain) studied Audiovisual Communication at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and received a Master in Film Direction from UCLA School of Theater, Film and TV, in Los Angeles. He made many short films, amongst which The Yellow Ribbon (2011), which was shown at festivals around the world and won eleven awards. For his debut feature 10,000 Km (2014), he was awarded the Goya Prize for Best Novel Director, five Gaudí prizes from the Catalan Film Academy and more than fifteen awards from international festivals.
I'll Be Alone (2010, short) 25456 Miles Away (010, short), Say Goodnight (2011, short), The Yellow Ribbon (2012, short), Mateix lloc, mateixa hora (2012, short), El día que la conocimos (2012, short doc), 10.000 Km (2014), 13 dies d'octubre (2015, TV), Anchor and Hope (2017), Els dies que vindran/The Days to Come (2019)
More info: Wikipedia, Carlos Marqués-Marcet
Carlos Marqués-Marcet at IFFR
It Felt Like Love
During a boring summer, the insecure teenager Lila focuses her attention on the older Sammy. Powerful debut about the difficulties of growing up.
Anchor and Hope
Contemporary, bittersweet drama on the classic thirty-something dilemma – to have children or not? Eva and Kat’s relationship is disrupted when Kat can't contain her desire for a child anymore. Kat's best friend is prepared to donate sperm, but Eva isn’t sure being a parent is for her.
Els dies que vindran
A nine-month emotional roller-coaster about two lovers expecting their first child, while they hardly even know one another yet.