Emma Tusell (1980) has been working as a film editor for fifteen years. As a director, Emma Tusell made her debut with the feature film La Habitacion de Elias in which she approaches the figure of her father in a film mixing documentary and fiction. She has also directed the documentary series Madridcrea and more than fifteen short films. She has edited numerous documentary films among which we find Cuando Hollywood Estaba en La Gran Via (Javier Rioyo), Hobby (Ciro Altobas) and El Hombre y la Musica (Laura Sipan). She has also edited a number of feature films including Magical Girl (Carlos Vermut) winner of the Golden Shell and the Silver Shell at the last San Sebastian Film Festival, and Tiempo Despues, the latest film by Jose Luis Cuerda, which screened in the 66 edition of the same festival, as well as La Caja Vacia by Claudia Sainte Luce.
Emma Tusell studied directing at the In- stitute of Cinema in Madrid. In 2003, she graduated from Madrid’s ECAM film school, specializing in editing, and later
on completed a workshop on documentary in the EICTV (Cuba) where she discovered the creative documentary in which she would go on to specialize,
taking part in seminars given by the most prestigious Spanish directors of that genre: Victor Erice, Jose Luis Guerin and Elias Leon Siminiani.