Lucija Stojević


Lucija's feature-length documentary, La Chana (2016), won 17 awards, including the Audience Award of IDFA 2016, the Gaudí Award 2018, the Feroz Award 2018 and was a finalist for the best documentary at the European Film Awards 2017. It was screened at more than 150 festivals worldwide and was distributed theatrically in eight countries and broadcast internationally (ZDF Arte, RTVE, TV3, SVT, STARZ, YLE, CANAL+, among others). She has directed, produced and edited more than 30 short documentary films for international media, such as The Guardian, The New York Times and Global Post. She directed/edited the Flamenco episode and produced/edited the episode of Samba from the Generations series. In 2023 she co-directed and co-wrote the short film Lost at Sea, which premiered in Annecy and has been screened at dozens of festivals around the world. In 2014, she founded the film production company Noon Films S.L.U. in Barcelona, Spain. She is a member of the European Film Academy, the Catalan Film Academy, the DAE, CIMA and Dones Visuals, the association of women filmmakers of Catalonia.