Santi Planet is a Spanish filmmaker born in Barcelona (1979). He also has a PhD in Information and Communication Technologies.
His love of cinema made him dream of directing films since he was a child. With a creative spirit and self-taught mentality, he became fond of the writing of short stories and the techniques of film photography, starting in the world of cinema with a Super8 camera and making VHS recordings. Already in the digital age, he has authored several short films for express festivals –such as the MetropoLHis Festival (Lo que él soñaba, 2011), the International Festival of Catalan Cinema (Designi, 2012), and the BCN Visual Sound (Recuerdos, 2013).
His most recent works include "Relaciones globales" (Global Relationships, 2013), screened in competitions such as the Valladolid International Film Week (SEMINCI) or the Gijón International Film Festival (FICXIXON), and winner of the Audience Award for best short film at the VIII MetropoLHis Festival; and "Eclipse" (2016), winner of several national and international awards –including the best short film– and more than 40 selections at festivals around the world, with screenings in more than 15 countries. His last production is "La Mujer Invertida" (The Inverted Woman, 2020) where he was involved in different roles such as director, writer and producer.