He earned a diploma in Management from the Madrid School of Film and Audiovisual Media (ECAM). As a fiction feature film writer, he has co-written Mami Blue, awarded at the Zaragoza Festival and at the Atlàntida Film Fest among others, and Stop Over in Hell, which premiered in September 2017 at the Almería Western Film Festival. As regards documentary features, he has co-written the script of Regresa El Cepa, premiered at the Malaga Festival in 2019. As a filmmaker he has directed several short films, including Uno fijo, premiered at Seminci 2004. For 12 years he taught Audiovisual Media at Ondas Formación (Madrid). He has also taught in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria for the Employers Association, at CISLAN (Asturias) and at Madrid’s Polytechnic University.
Carlota Pereda started her career working in TV fiction. She has been a screenwriter and script supervisor for series such as Periodistas and Motivos Personales, has directed series like El secreto de Puente Viejo, Lex and Lalola and has worked as producer on series like Los hombres de Paco and Red Eagle. Her fist short, The Blondes, was selected in over 141 festivals worldwide and awarded in prestigious festivals such as Medina del Campo, La semana del Corto or CortoEspaña. Piggy, her second short film as a director has over 244 selections to date, has won 62 awards, The Forqué and the Goya 2019 included. She has been selected to be part of the Focus CoPro at Cannes Film Festival and won the Pop Up Residency. There Will be Monsters will be her third short film.
She was born in Madrid. In 2014 she began training as an actress with Javier Manrique and later at CinemaRoom. She completed her training by learning disciplines such as belly dancing, fencing with Victor Luengo, stage combat with Ignacio Rosado or jazz dance with David Mur. She began her television career with Anclados in 2014 and went on to perform on the stage in several plays before returning to the small screen in 2016 with La catedral del mar. In the cinema, she starred in the English-language film Stop over in Hell (Víctor Matellano, 2017) and a year later she entered the cast of Emilio Martínez-Lázaro’s Mylove Lost. Since then she has played in series like Amar es para siempre, Sabuesos, Más de cien mentiras and Hospital Valle Norte. She currently stars in the stage comedy Fin de engaño.