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Fiction, 84 min. 2018
Driven by childhood memories and the hope of a reencounter, Sarah visits her paternal grandmother in her village in Uruguay. She takes long to understand the prevailing unease… But she is soon faced with the gap between her fantasy regarding the place of origin and that village of old people forgotten by Modernity where the heat is overwhelming and the days seem to last forever. Cultural shock, humor, tenderness and sadness give shape to this bitter-sweet film.


  • Best Canadian First Feature Award (Toronto International Film Festival)
  • “One to Watch” Award for best emerging Canadian filmmaker (Vancouver Film Critics Film Circle)
  • Best Canadian actress in a lead role Award – Arlen Aguayo Stewart (Vancouver Film Critics Film Circle)
  • Canada’s TOP TEN 2018
  • Best actress, Gloria Demassi (Festival international de cine de Punta del este, Uruguay)
  • Honorable Mention (Festival de la frontera, Uruguay/Brazil)


World Premiere at the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival)
Vancouver international film festival | VIFF
Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montréal | FNC
South West international Film Festival | SWIFF

International Premiere at PÖFF | Tallinn Black Nights (Estonia)
Mannheim-Heidelberg Filmfest (Germany)
Festival de nuevo cine latinoamericano de La Habana (Cuba)
Göteborg International Film Festival (Sweden)
Festival internacional de cine de Punta del Este (Uruguay)
Miami international Film Festival (USA)
Malaga Film Festival (Spain)
Chicago Latin American Film Festival (USA)
Ottawa Latin American Film Festival
Quito Latin American Film Festival (Ecuador)
Vancouver Latin American Film Festival (VLAFF, Canada)
Festival de cine latino Mira pa’ca (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois (Montreal)
Quebecine Mexico

Theatre releases in 2019:
Vancouver Cinematheque, Jan. 9-15, 2019
Montreal, Cinéma du Parc and Cinéma Moderne, starting February 8 + Cinémathèque québécoise (March)
Montevideo, Nelly Goitiño theatre, Cinema Life 21 and Cinematic uruguaya, starting February 21.
Toronto, TIFF Bell Lightbox, July 19th (as part of Canada’s Top ten).

Written & directed by Katherine Jerkovic
Production : Nicolas Comeau (1976 Prod., Canada), with the collaboration of Micaela Solé (Cordón Films, Uruguay)
Cinematography : Nicolas Canniccioni
Art Direction : Olivier Laberge & Mariana Pereira
Editing : Sophie Farkas Bolla
Sound design : Bruno Pucella
Music : Inés Canepa & David Drury

Arlen Aguayo Stewart, Gloria Demassi, Cecilia Baranda, Rafael Soliwoda, Mathías Perdigón.

Supported by SODEC, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Conseil des arts du Canada, Post-Moderne, Crédit d’impôt – Québec, Conseil des arts du Canada.
Distributor in Quebec : Axia Films

2 thoughts on “ Roads in February (Las Rutas en febrero) ”

  1. Hi Katherine,

    We’d like to see a screener of Roads in February if possible. Our festival is in February and we’re madly confirming the 2nd half of our program.

    Thanks kindly, Andrew

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