La vía flotante (The floating track)

The Floating Track is a science non-fiction film that explores the territory of Navarre. Desolate landscapes from which humans have disappeared, leaving only their trace behind them. Radio waves float in the ether. Radio amateurs talk to each other while looking at the sky.

X-films project of the Punto de Vista Festival.

Genre: Science non-fiction
Format: 4K
Sound: Stereo
Running time: 25 min
Year: 2019
Language: Spanish and english
Subtitles available: Spanish, french and english
Screening format: DCP

A film by Zazpi T’erdi
Sound pieces: Xabier Erkizia, Stephen P. McGreevy and Tzesne
Texts: Mike Davis, Richard Jefferies, Italo Calvino and Hakim Bey
Super8 archives: Richard Gierlinger
VFX: Unai Guerra
Poster: Loli Cabral


61º Zinebi. Festival internacional de cine documental y cortometraje de Bilbao. Cineclub FAS Award

13º Punto de Vista. Festival internacional de cine documental de Navarra. (Xfilms) March 15th 2019
61º Zinebi. Festival internacional de cine documental y cortometraje de Bilbao. (Bertoko begiradak 2019)
25º L’Alternativa, Festival de cinema independent de Barcelona. (Official national section 2019)
25º Cinespaña Toulouse ( Sección Relámpagos 2020)
Split Videoart Festival de Croacia (2020)
10º Bideodromo. Festival internacional de cine y video experimental de Bilbao. (2020)

We have uncovered wonders undreamt by our ancestors who speculated on the nature of those wandering lights in the night sky. We have proved the origins of our planet and ourselves. By discovering what else is possible by coming face to face with alternative fates of worlds more or less like our own, we have begun to understand the earth.
Every one of these worlds is lovely and instructive.
But there are no relatives, no humans and apparently no life waiting for us on those of these worlds. No letters conveyed by recent emigres help us to undestand the new land, only data transmitted at the speed of light by unfeeling, precise robot emissaries. They tell us that these new worlds are not much like home. But we continue to search for inhabitants. We can’t help it. Life looks for life.
Pale blue dot. Carl Sagan