10.000 km

Carlos Marques-Marcet

Spain, 2014 - 99'

Love, dislike, realism, and proximity are the secret weapon of a long-distance love story. Just the modern times.


Alexandra and Sergi are a couple from Barcelona. They were thinking about having kids when she receives an irrefutable professional offer from LA for a year. Trusting the strength of their relationship, they decided to postpone the plans and face the challenge of the 10,000 km that take them apart. With natural storytelling, charismatic characters and dynamic editing, 10,000 km shows with witty honesty little details of nowadays life, updating suddenly the classic ‘Boys meets girl’ from a contemporary, direct and accomplice with the audience perspective.

A film that proved that young European cinema has no borders and digital life was here already.

#debut #indiemovies #lovestory #youngadult #generation #Catalanfilms #sxsw

Full Cast and Crew

Director: Carlos Marques-Marcet
Writers: Carlos Marques-Marcet, Clara Roquet
Producer: Mayca Sanz, Pau Brunet, Danielle Schleif
Film Editing: Carlos Marques-Marcet, Juliana Montañés
Cinematography: Dagmar Weaver-Madsen
Cast: Natalia Tena, David Verdaguer
Sound: Jonathan Darch
Andrea Jaurrieta

Carlos Marques-Marcet

Born in Barcelona, Spain, Carlos Marques-Marcet started developing his unique voice at an early age. Carlos’s second short film A munt i a vall (The Mountain and the Valley) was awarded the INJUVE Young Creators Award. His third piece granted him the honor of participating in an exclusive workshop with legendary filmmakers Abbas Kiarostami and Victor Erice. It also took him, at age nineteen, to the Berlinale Berlin Talent Campus. Renowned “Cahiers de Cinema” selected Udols, his fourth film, as 2008’s Best Short Film.

In 2009, Marques shot his debut feature documentary, De Pizarros y Atahualpas (About Pizarros and Atahualpas), an honest look at the contradictions in contemporary Peru. After being granted the prestigious La Caixa scholarship, Carlos Marques-Marcet moved to Los Angeles in order to study Film and Television in UCLA’s Master of Fine Arts program.

In the U.S., Marques-Marcet has completed many short films including I’ll Be Alone (Los Angeles International Latino Film Festival, HBO New York Latino International Film Festvial, Beijing International Film Festival) and Yellow Ribbon, which received among many other awards, a DGA recognition.