Clara Roquet (born 1988) started her career co-writing the multiply awarded 10,000 KM (2014), alongside director Carlos Marques-Marcet. Soon thereafter, she started her first writing-directing venture, the short film El Adiós (2015), an EFA nominee that premiered at the Toronto IFF and became a BAFTA student award-winner. Since then, Clara has become a renowned screenwriter in Spain and Latin America, co‑writing films such as Petra by Jaime Rosales (Cannes Directors’ Fortnight 2018), También esto pasará by Daniel Burman, The Days to Come by Carlos Marques – Marcet (Rotterdam International Film Festival 2019), and The Red Virgin by Paula Ortiz, among others. She has grown as a director, as can be seen in her second multiple award-winning short Good Girls (2017). Moreover, in 2018 Clara directed two chapters of Tijuana, a series produced by Story House for Netflix. Libertad is her first feature film.