Olivia and the invisible earthquake

Stop motion animated feature film
Genre: social dramedy
Length: 70 min.
Direction: Irene Iborra
Script: Irene Iborra, Maite Carranza, and Julia Prats
Producers: Mikel Mas, Irene Iborra, Ramón Alós, Jean-François Le Corre, and Mathieu Courtois
Character design: Morgan Navarro
Animation director: Tim Allen
Adaptation of the book The movie of life, by Maite Carranza.​

Produced by Citoplasmas Stopmotion, Cornelius Films, Bígaro Films, Vivement Lundi !, and Can Can Club. With the support of the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Generalitat Valenciana and the Barcelona City Council.

With the participation of Televisión Española and Televisió de Catalunya. With the support of the ICEC (Catalan Institute of Cultural Companies), ICAA (Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts), IVAC (Valencia Institute of Cinematography), and Ibermedia.


​Olivia and the invisible earthquake is the story of a 12-year-old girl who sees her life collapse when her family is evicted from their home.

Once evicted, Olivia, her little brother Tim, and their mother Ingrid occupy an empty apartment in a suburban neighborhood. Ingrid, naturally optimistic and full of energy, falls into a depression, so Olivia is forced to take her place and take care of her and Tim, as she faces her own emotional earthquake. But at the core of the difficulty, Olivia finds a new “family” that helps her rebuild her life and learn to survive vital earthquakes.

Because we cannot always control what happens to us, but we can control the way we live it.