Luis López Carrasco

Luis López Carrasco at IFFR

Luis LÓPEZ CARRASCO (1981, Spain) is a filmmaker, writer and visual artist. In 2008, he founded the collective Los Hijos with Javier Fernández Vázquez and Natalia Marín Sancho. The collective's first feature film, Los materiales, was chosen by the Spanish Cahiers du cinema as one of the ten best 'invisible' films of 2010. In 2013, López Carrasco released El futuro, the first feature he made independently. Aliens (2017) premiered at the Locarno Film Festival.


Para ser cajera del súper siempre hay tiempo (2007, short), El sol en el sol del membrillo/The Sun on the Quince of the Sun (2008, short, co-dir), Ya viene, aguanta, riégueme, mátame/It's Coming, Hold On, Spray Me, Kill Me (2009, short, co-dir) Los materiales (2010, doc, co-dir), Circo/Circus (2009, doc, co-dir), Tarde de verano/Summer Afternoon (2010, short, co-dir), Evacuación/Evacuation (2011, short, co-dir), Enero, 2012 (ó la apoteosis de Isabel la Católica)/January, 2012 (Or the Apotheosis of Isabel the Catholic) (2012, co-dir), El futuro/The Future (2013), Árboles (2013, co-dir), Fuente grande (2016, short), Aliens (2017, short), El año del descubrimiento/The Year of the Discovery (2020)

Luis López Carrasco at IFFR

The films by this director at IFFR