Carlos Casas (b. 1974, Barcelona, Spain) is a Paris-based filmmaker and artist whose practice encompasses film, sound and the visual arts. Aiming to go beyond the limits of modern visual experience, his work explores the themes of death and memory. His films have been screened and awarded in numerous festivals around the world, including the Venice Film Festival, Venice, Italy (2000); International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands (2001, 2005, 2007); Buenos Aires International Film Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2006); Mexico City International Film Festival, Mexico City, Mexico (2006, 2008) and Festival of Documentary Film, Marseille, France (2008, 2020). His work has been exhibited and performed in international art institutions and galleries, including End, HangarBicocca, Milan, Italy (2010); Cemetery,Fondation Cartier, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2017); Patagonian Fieldworks, Avalanche, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2018) and Sanctuary/cemetery, Tate Modern, London, UK (2019). Casas was the recipient of the Best Documentary Award at Torino Film Festival for Aral. Fishing in an Invisible Sea (2004); Best Documentary Award at Mexico International Film Festival for Hunters Since the Beginning of Time (2007) and Meta Cultural Foundation Award and Marseille Esperance Prize at FIDMarseille for Cemetery (2019).