Lara Rodríguez Cruz (Spain, 1985) graduated from the EICTV, in Cuba [2010-2013], she also has received official training courses on Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro and After Effects.
Her works as a director now include music videos, commercial campaigns, and documentary and fiction pieces, like the Installation Brain Drain (or Are Spanish People Taking over the World) featured in Werkleitz 2015.
Since 2007 she works in editing and post-production for fiction, documentaries, as well as for the advertising and music video industry, in Spain, Germany and the US.
Amongst her achievements in the field, "Afuera" by Laurentia Genske (DokLeipizig 2015), “Marea (Tides)” by Adam Breier (Hungary), in the Festival del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano (Havana, Cuba), Festival de Cine de Guadalajara (Mexico), Aspen Short Film Festival, and OutFest Los Angeles, amongst others;
“La Gran Aventura (The Great Adventure)” by Cassandra Oliveira (Brazil) in Visions du Réel (Switzerland), and Los Angeles Short Film Festival 2014.
Her latest works as an editor include Vreme by Dragana Jovanovic, and Las Lentejas y El Destino, by Miguel Müller-Frank (in post production).
A film enthusiast, she collaborates, she is currently involved in the development of a feature science fiction queer love story, as a writer.