Bàrbara Farré (La última virgen- Premi Gaudí) has just signed on as director of the new work by singer Rosalía, F*ckingMoney Man. Farré, who has been collaborating with the artist for years, has surrounded herself with ESCAC graduates to make the summer’s big media phenomenon.
Another phenomenon was Taylor Swift‘s music video, You need to calm down, for which the American singer chose graduate Pau Castejón as director of cinematography.
Another director of photography who graduated from the school, Thais Català, was the cinematographer for Cora Novoa’s music video, State of Mine, and she was accompanied in the direction by another graduate, Àlex Gargot.
Still on the national scene, graduates trained at the school in the specialities of art, cinematography and directing (Elías M. Félix, Laura Santos, Adrià Porta, Alba Solé) also signed the video clip Me quedo by Aitana and Lola Índigo, or Nadie podría hacerlo by the singer Amaia, where the director of photography was Biel Capellas.