Adán Aliaga (Alicante, 1969) has a degree in film directing and graduated in history and aesthetics of cinema. He made itself known with the film "La casa de mi abuela (My Grandmother’s House, 2005). The documentary won numerous international awards including the prestigious Joris Ivens Award at the IDFA Documentary Festival and a nomination for Best Documentary by the European Academy of Cinema. Since then he has filmed five feature films. “Estigmas” (Stigmata, 2009), Pilar Miró Award for Best Debut Film at the Valladolid International Film Festival (Seminci), “Esquivar y Pegar” (2011), co-directed with Juanjo Gimenez, best documentary at Alcances Film Festival, “La mujer del Eternauta” (2011) premiered at Sitges Film Festival, "Kanimambo" (2012) special jury mention at Málaga and "El arca de Noé" co-directed with David Valero and premiered at SEMINCI 2014.