|Screenplay:||Christophe Farnarier, Àngels Tresserras|
|Sound:||Christophe Farnarier, Ricard Casals|
|Executive producers:||Antonio Chavarrías, Jordi Ambrós|
|Production:||Oberon Cinematogràfica, Televisió de Catalunya S.A. and Wanda Vision|
82' / 2012 / Spain
For thousands of years the mountain has been the natural shelter for men. Even so, life up there is hard, complex, slow and repetitive, silent and lonesome. Carme and her family live in the mountains of the Sierra Cavallera (Ripollés). The life of this family of farmers is marked by the seasons. Day after day, Carme struggles to live and work, as generations of women have done before her, in a world full of harmony whose rythms are dictated by Nature. One more year, Spring has arrived.
Festival de Málaga 2013 - Sección Documental
IDFA International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam 2012
Director and photography director, Christophe Farnarier was born in Marseille (France). He studied French Literature and History of Art at the Aixen-Provence University and at La Sorbonne in Paris. Currently he lives in Banyoles, Girona. His filmography as photography director includes Blow Horn, (premiered at the 63rd Film Festival in Locarno), Familystrip (premiered at the 44th Karlovy Vary Festival – Audience Award, Cineuropa 2009), both of them directed by Lluís Miñarro, and Honor de Cavallería, directed by Albert Serra (premiered at the 59th Cannes Festival, Fipresci Award, Viennale 2006, Best Photography Award). Director and photography of Le Premier Rasta (2010), codirected with Helene Lee (Coup de Coeur Award, Charles Cros Academy (París 2010), Golden Trellick Award, Portobello IFF London 2011). In 2008 he directs El somni (The Dream), premiered at the 61st Film Festival in Locarno (Best Documentary Award, Cinespaña Toulouse 2009 – Best Documentary Film; FICMA, Barcelona 2009). La primavera is his latest work (25th IDFA Festival - Amsterdam).
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