Carlos Marques-Marcet is a director, screenwriter, and editor from Barcelona. He graduated from UCLA’s School of Film and TV. His debut feature "10,000 Km" (2014) was awarded the Goya Award for Best New Director, five Gaudí Awards, Special Jury Prize at SXSW, Best Film and Best Director at the Malaga Film Festival, among others. His second film, Tierra Firme (2017), also received several awards and nominations, including Gaudí Awards and Feroz Award. In 2019 he released his third feature, "Los días que vendrán". The film premiered at the Tiger Competition in the Rotterdam Film Festival, won Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress at the Malaga Film Festival, was nominated for Best Film and Best Script at the Feroz Awards (Spanish Critic's Association) and won several Gaudí Awards including Best Picture. The same year make a foray into the series format by directing all the episodes of En el corredor de la muerte, an original Movistar+ series, also nominated to Best Drama Series and Best Actor in the Feroz Awards 2019. He followed his TV career directing two episodes for HBO ́s anthology series "En Casa" and "Escenario 0", as well as the TV-Movie "La Mort de Guillem". In 2022 he directed two episodes of the A3 Media TV-show "La Ruta", winner of the Best Drama Series and Best Series Screenplay at the 2023 Feroz Awards. As an editor, he has edited projects for film and TV, including feature films such Mounia Akl's "Costa Brava Libanon" (Venice Film Festival 2021), Eliza Hitman's “It Felt like Love” (Sundance 2013, Rotterdam 2013), Hannah Fidell's “6 years” (SXSW 2015), Offer Egozy's Fantastic (Berlinale 2016) or Lluis Galter “Caracremada” (Venice Film Festival 2010).