Tomàs Pladevall is an admired cinematographer; a master of light who seeks to recover and classify his personal archive. He carefully and rigorously completes and nurtures his legacy but closing the last box is a difficult task. The first of his films is lost. Retired from the profession, he cannot help playing with light and shadows, filming during the solstices or seeking to find secrets of centenary films, as if he were an alchemist magician.
Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón FICX 2021 - Premio al Mejor Director de largometraje español
Festival La Inesperada 2022 - CUADECUC
Festival Málaga 2022 - Documentales Sesiones Especiales
Filmmaker and director of photography based in Barcelona, he has developed his career in film and television, specializing in documentary film. He co-directed the documentary Per Júpiter! (2005) and the series Al ladrón! and Tan sols (2006-2007). In 2018 he released Cada quinze dies, his first feature documentary, co-directed with Laura Huguet and selected in national and international festivals. D'Ombres is his second feature film as a director.