Amaia has just become a mother, and the challenge is even more significant than she imagined. So, when her partner has to leave for several weeks because of his job, she decides to spend time with her parents in a lovely coastal village in the Basque Country and hopefully share the responsibility of looking after her baby. However, she forgot that even when one becomes a parent, one never stops being a daughter.

Cer. 12


Tender-hearted and acutely observed, Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s debut Lullaby is an absorbing if flawed mother-daughter drama." Jonathan Holland, Screendaily


-Winner | Feroz Awards, ES, 2023: Best Screenplay, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Laia Costa)

-Winner | Goya Awards, 2023: Best New Director, Best Lead Actress (Laia Costa), Best Supporting Actress (Susi Sánchez)

-Winner | Gaudí Awards, 2022: Best European Film

-Winner | Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain, 2023: Best New Director, Best Supporting Actress (Susi Sánchez)

-Winner | Cinema Writers Circle Awards, 2023: Best New Director, Best Supporting Actress (Susi Sánchez)

-Winner | Días de Cine Awards, 2023: Best Spanish Actress (Susi Sánchez), The Future is Female Award

-Winner | Sant Jordi Awards, 2023: Best First Work

-Winner | Spanish Actors Union, 2023: Lead Performance (Laia Costa), Performance in a Minor Role (Ramón Barea), Supporting Performance, Female (Susi Sánchez)

-Winner | Medina Film Festival, 2023: Tierras de Medina Award

-Winner | Málaga Spanish Film Festival: Best Spanish Film, Best Actress (Laia Costa), Best Screenplay, Best First Film, Best Film Signis Award, Best Film Young Jury Awards, Best Film Feroz Puerta Oscura Award

-Winner | José María Forqué Awards, 2022: Best Actress (Laia Costa) and José María Forqué Award Values Education

-Winner | Almería International Film Festival, 2022: Torrecárdenas Award to Best Actress (Laia Costa) and Best Screenplay
French Institute


  • October 12, 2023 (6.15pm)
Spanish with English subtitles.


  • Drama


  • Alauda Ruiz de Azúa

Main Cast

  • Laia Costa, Susi Sánchez, Ramón Barea, Mikel Bustamante

Release Year

  • 2022


  • Mins: 104'