Miguel Faus


Miguel Faus is a writer/director from Barcelona. He recently graduated with Distinction from an MA Filmmaking at the London Film School, where he wrote and directed the short films The Death of Don Quixote, which won the Meliès d'Argent at the 51st Sitges International Film Festival, and his graduation project, Calladita, which is currently in post- production.

In 2014 he started writing about cinema for Jot Down Magazine and for Miradas de Cine, were he has published lengthy interviews with several acclaimed directors, including Pawel Pawlikowski, Olivier Assayas, Albert Serra, Terence Davies, Whit Stillman, Pedro Costa, Oliver Laxe… He is developing the feature version of Calladita, which has been selected to take part in Spanish development program DAMA Ayuda.

Miguel Faus

MA Filmmaking
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Graduation film


In a seaside mansion in the Costa Brava, a young domestic worker has to serve two rich kids while they enjoy their summer. Amongst cocktails, drugs and dishwashers, she will look for her own ways in which to have fun.
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LFS Filmography

Calladita, Writer-Director, Alexa M, 16m, 2019

Protect You, Sound Recordist, RED One, 14m, 2019

A Sensational Story, Production Designer, Alexa, 16m, 2018

The Death of Don Quixote, Director, Alexa, 2018

Need a Hand?, Director of Photography, HDCam, 13m, 2017

Beach Scene, Director of Photography, 16mm film, 4m, 2017

Visiting Charlie, Writer-Director, super16 film, 3m, 2017

Family, Assistant Director, 16mm film, 3m, 2017

Sadie Makes a Baby, Gaffer, super16 film, 3m, 2017

Armchair, Camera Assistant, 16mm film, 4m, 2017

After Night, Focus Puller, 16mm film, 3m, 2017

The Door, Editor, 16mm film, 3m, 2017

Benchwarmer, Producer/Assistant Director, 16mm film, 3m, 2017

Hello, Director of Photography, 16mm film, 2017

A Jolly Good Fellow, Camera Assistant, 35mm film, 12m, 2017