Carme Puche Moré

Director and scriptwriter

She worked in journalism and communications for over fifteen years before turning to audiovisual production. Her career as a filmmaker began with Camille (Best New Screenplay, Sitges Film Festival 2011) and, in the field of fiction, she has explored the world of fantasy, horror and interior monologues in pieces such as Ferrying Fee, written by Erin Donovan, La benvinguda (selected for international festivals) and Les plomes (First Prize for Size Doesn't Matter 2022). 

In 2014, she premiered the feature documentary The Jump! at the IN-EDIT Film Festival. She is currently developing her second documentary, Todas las madres del mundo, about female lineages and emotional inheritance. With two children, she is a feminist activist and vice-president of Mujeres Visuales.

She has written and directed the film Minshara, selected for the Simfonies de ciutat project and produced by the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) in collaboration with Dones Visuals, which premiered at the D'A Film Festival 2022.

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