Isaki (Girona, 1975) debuted in 2002 with Cravan vs. Cravan, a film about the poet and boxer Arthur Cravan; he later continued to explore the limits of the portrait and short story in La leyenda del tiempo (2006), Los condenados (2009), La noche que no acaba (2010), the African diptych formed by El cuaderno de barro (2011) and Los pasos dobles and El Moviment Perpetu (2013). In 2014 he is premiering the dark comedy feature film Murieron por encima de sus posibilidades and shooting La próxima piel. He has also made endless short films and installations.

Isaki, a graduate in Audiovisual Communication from the Universitat Autònoma, Barcelona and lecturer of the Masters Degree Course in Documentary at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, explores all corners of his art as if he were a cat on heat. Today he says that cinema ‘is not so much about telling a story as to find my own personal way of living, which allows me to travel and meet people.’ This is what he says today. Who knows what he will say later on, because he is a filmmaker on the move.