The Carpathians

The Carpathians

Daniel Remón

Carolina and her older sister get home after one too many at the former's hen party. Susana, a forty-year-old married woman with two kids, has an announcement to make. She's leaving the country with another man.

Director, Screenwriter Born in Madrid in 1983. He studied Journalism and Communication in Complutense University and is graduated for scriptwriting on ECAM (Madrid Film School). He co-wrote the feature film Casual Day ( 2008), directed by Max Lemcke. His second feature film as a scriptwriter, Cinco Metros Cuadrados (Five square meters, 2010), also directed by Max Lemcke won five main awards in Málaga Film Festival, including Best Film and Best Original Screenplay. His last screenplay, El Perdido (Lost), directed by Christophe Farnarier, is now in postproduction. He has also written the feature documentary Paradiso, released in April 2014. His first work as a director is the short film Koala, awarded in several international festivals. His second short film The World, won the 3rd Best Short Film in Versión Española-SGAE. The Carpathians is his last short film and he is working on his first feature film Wasted.

Selected Best Fiction Short Film – Goya Awards (Spain)
Best Actress – Festival de cine de comedia de Tarazona y El Mocayo (Spain)
Best Fiction Short Film & Best Actress – Festival de Cine de Arnedo (Spain)
Best Actress – Muestra de cortometraje de la Bahía de Pasaia (Spain)
Jury Award Best Film – 28 Semana de Cine de Medina del Campo (Spain)

  • Original title Los Cárpatos
  • Director Daniel Remón
  • Duration 11
  • Production year 2014
  • Format HD (720)
  • Category Short Film
  • Subcategory Fiction
  • Gender Drama
  • Nationality Spain
  • Producer Tourmalet Films, Izmo Producciones
  • Dialogue language Spanish
  • Subtitle language English