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Diana Toucedo

Filmmaker and film editor

(Redondela, Pontevedra, 1982)

She has a degree in Cinema, specialising in editing, from the Cinema and Audiovisual School of Catalonia (ESCAC) and also a master’s degree in Theory of Contemporary Cinematography from the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF, Barcelona). She has edited some twenty feature films, short films, and other audiovisual pieces, notable among which are the feature films La noche que no acaba, by Isaki Lacuesta, and Júlia Ist, by Elena Martín; the short film Los desheredados, by Laura Ferrés, (winner of the prizes Best Short Film of the Critics’ Week, Cannes, 2017, as well as the Goya and the Gaudí awards in 2018), and the fictional series Hierro, directed by Jorge Coira. After directing several short films, in 2018 she premiered her first feature film, Trinta Lumes (2017), which has received several awards. She is presently working on her second feature film Puerto Deseado, which is to be filmed between Argentina and Galicia. She combines her work as a filmmaker with teaching at the Pompeu Fabra University and the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and ESCAC, where she is presently head of the Documentary/Non-fiction Department. She has created the piece Camille et Ulysse (2021), co-produced by the CCCB and the Georges Pompidou Center, which was specially commissioned for the exhibition "Science Friction".

Update: 4 June 2021



Ingrid Rojas Contreras and Diana Toucedo

Has participated in

Conversation with Donna Haraway and Vinciane Despret

Companion Species

Screening of "Camille & Ulysse", by Diana Toucedo

Margaret Tait as seen by Diana Toucedo

A Vocabulary for the Future

Continuous screening

Science Friction

Living Among Companion Species