The invisible

The invisible

Gracia Querejeta
Three women meet every Thursday for a morning walk before going to work. It is the occasion to tell each other what worries and happens to them. Despite their differences and disagreements, there is something that unites these protagonists: the age and the burden they feel knowing they are halfway through their lifes. They are united by the sad sensation, that the passing of the years has displaced them in a space where they feel out of place and almost lost.
At the age of 13 she debuted as an actress in Las palabras de Max, by Emilio Martínez Lázaro. She immediately began working as an assistant director. In 1987 she co-wrote and directed her first short film. From then on she began a brilliant career as a screenwriter and director in film and television with 9 feature films and 6 TV series, among other productions. Her first feature film, Una estación de paso (1992), was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Valladolid Film Week. Her next work, El último viaje de Robert Rylands (1996) was recognized with awards for best direction, best film, best cinematography, best editing and best music by the Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos. For Cuando vuelvas a mi lado (1999) received a Goya Award for best cinematography. Héctor (2004) was also awarded Best Film at the Malaga Film Festival; Siete mesas de billar francés (2007) with ten Goya nominations (won 2) and 15 años y un día (2013) Golden Biznaga for Best Film at the Malaga Film Festival and the film chosen to represent Spain at the Oscars.

Miami IFF 2020. Official Selection (United States)

Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival. (United Kingdom)

London Spanish Film Festival 2021. Best Film (United Kingdom)

Santiago Festival Internacional de Cine 2021. World Vision Section (Chile)

Seattle Latino Film Festival 2021. Feature Narrative (USA)

Festival de Cine Español, Pelikula (Instituto Cervantes) 2021. (Manila)

  • Original title Invisibles
  • Director Gracia Querejeta
  • Duration 83
  • Production year 2020
  • Category Feature Film
  • Subcategory Fiction
  • Gender Drama
  • Nationality Spain
  • Producer Nephilim Producciones
  • Dialogue language Spanish
  • Intérpretes Emma Suárez, Adriana Ozores, Nathalie Poza, Blanca Portillo, Pedro Casablanc, Fernando Cayo