Inma de Reyes
Inma de Reyes is a Spanish-born filmmaker based in Scotland,
where she graduated with a Masters of Fine Art in Film Directing at the Edinburgh College of Art.
Her debut documentary short To Be a Torero premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2018 and is still
travelling to festivals around the world. The same year, Inma was selected to join Interaction in Serbia,
where she directed Osamdeset Dinara, a short film that premiered in Belgrade.
She was also commissioned
by Screen Scotland and Scottish Documentary Institute, through Bridging the Gap to direct Vivir Bailando,
produced by Noe Mendelle, a short film that premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2019.
Amongst other projects, she is currently working with BBC Scotland and SDI on a 30min documentary called
Isabel’s Independence, expected to air in 2021. She is currently working on her first feature film set in Spain,
El Niño y el Traje de Luces or The Boy and the Suit of Lights (2021), with Aconite Productions (Glasgow)
in an international co-production with Rustic Canyon (New York), funded by Chicken and Egg Pictures and Screen Scotland.
- Chicken and Egg Pictures, Egg(celerator) Lab 2020
- tHE iNTERNATIONAL fILM aWARDS- Nominee 2019
- Best short film Nominee- Cineskinny on Tour 2019
- Aesthetica Short film Festival- BEst Short Documentary Nominee 2018
- Sheffield Doc/Fest Best Short Film nominee 2018