Roger Villarroya (Barcelona, 1985)
Roger graduated in audiovisual production and continued his studies at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles, where he studied film directing.
His solo directional debut, the short film Capicúa (Palindrome), was an official selection in festivals around the world, winning awards in various countries after receiving the Jury Grand Prize in the VIII Annual Jameson Notodofilmfest. The film was also chosen candidate for the Goya Awards (Spanish Cinema Academy) for Best Spanish Documentary Short.
Roger has made several award-winning shorts, including Espectadores (Spectators), Morales or Una cuestión de etiqueta (A Question of Tagging). His recent short film Nana (Lullaby) won more than twenty awards at prestigious film festivals and the short film Stains is currently in the festival circuit.
At the moment, Roger is writing his first feature film.