Carolina Campo Lupo is a Spanish film director. She was born in Barcelona in 1975. She studied psychology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and then went on to study film at the London International Film School.
She began her career in 2004 directing music videos for Spanish pop artists. Her first feature film, "Las Cartas de Alou" (2006), was selected for the Seattle International Film Festival. After that, she directed "La Cara Oculta" (2010), which was nominated for two Goya Awards (Best New Director and Best Screenplay).
In 2011, she wrote and directed her third feature film, "Quién mató a Bambi?", which was well received by critics and won several awards including Best Film at the Malaga Spanish Film Festival and Best Director at the Gijon International Film Festival.
In 2014, she released her fourth feature film, "Los Exiliados Románticos", which was presented at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. The film was nominated for seven Goya Awards, including Best Film and Best Director.
In 2018, Carolina directed the historical drama "The Bride", which was selected for the San Sebastian International Film Festival and premiered in Spain in 2019. The film received critical acclaim and was nominated for eight Goya Awards, winning two (Best Actress and Best Editing).
Carolina's latest film, "The Lost House", was released in 2021 and was selected for the Berlin International Film Festival. The film has received positive reviews from critics and is set to be released in Spain in 2022.
Carolina Campo Lupo has become one of the most important Spanish directors of her generation. She is known for her creative and original stories, and for her ability to tell complex stories in a powerful and moving way. Carolina continues to explore new themes and genres in her films, and her work continues to push the boundaries of Spanish filmmaking.