Isa Campo is a screenwriter, a producer and a direction teacher in the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona.
She has written the fiction feature films « Los condenados » (FIPRESCI Award in San Sebastian Festival, 2009) and “Los pasos dobles” (Golden Shell in San Sebastián Festival, 2011) as well as the documentaries “La noche que no acaba” and “El cuaderno de barro”, all of them directed by Isaki Lacuesta and “Game over” (Gaudi 2016 prize) by Alba Sotorra.
She has directed some feature films and video installations like “Lugares que no existen. Goggle Earth 1.0”, « Mapell », « Luz Azul », « Mullada Llum » and « El retablo de las adivinaciones ».
“La próxima piel” is her first feature film as Director.
Isaki Lacuesta has been honored with the National Price of Cinematography of the Generalitat de Catalunya in 2012 and has directed several feature films, especially “The double steps”, awarded with the Golden Shell 2011, main prize in San Sebastian International Film Festival, and programed in 2012 in the MOMA of New York, the documentary “The Clay Diaries” (2011, Golden Medal in FIPA Biarritz), “The Damned” (2009, Fipresci Award in San Sebastian IFF), the documentary “All the night long” (2010), “The Legend of Time” (2006, Rotterdam IFF, recognized as the Best Spanish film of the year by the Catalan Critics Association, and best Spanish film of the decade for Rockdeluxe) and the documentary “Cravan vs Cravan” (2002, described by Spanish critics as the best first film of the year).
His feature films have been object of a retrospective in the National Gallery of Washington, titled “The artist’s ruse” in 2013 as well as a complete retrospective in the Swiss Cinematheque in Lausanne in 2017.