Carmeta, Mari and Pilar are three old ladies who meet every afternoon on a bench to chat together – strategically in the perfect position to follow the hustle and bustle in their little village. The unexpected appearance of a young female couple of unknown origin gets the trio into animated discussion and wild speculation, which also leads them back to their own past.
Awards for Mai
Best Cinematography – Festival Venezolano de Cine de la Diversidad 2017 | Best Short Film – Cortometrajes por la Diversidad, Valencia, Spain 2017 | Best Short Film, Audience Award – Corti a Sud, Festival Internazionale del Cortometraggio, Polla, Italy 2017 | Best International Short Film – Rio Festival de Gênero & Sexualidade no Cinema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2017,
Marta González graduated in Film, TV and Radio at the Navarra University, Spain, in 2011. After specialising in Art Direction and Costume Design through several independent cinema, fashion, theatre and TV projects, she wrote, directed and produced her first short film Mai. González also works as cinema critic, contributing monthly reviews for the latest independent films to SurtDeCasa.Cat magazine.