San José Province, San José, Costa Rica
Cristóbal Serrá Jorquera, Chile/Costa Rica, 1985. M.A. in creative documentary from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His short films as a director “Under your shelter” (12) and “All the places and I” (13) both premiered in FICValdivia and were shown in several film festivals in Latin America, “Maps from my memory” (15), a co-directed short won a jury mention for original narrative from the Costa Rican Film Festival. The documentary “I’m not brave enough” (15) also premiered in the same festival. His first fiction feature film “The heat after the rain” (17) had its premiere in the First Feature Competition in Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, and shown in CRFIC, New Central American Cinema in London.
He currently works as a film programmer for the International Film Festival of Costa Rica and as a professor in the University of Costa Rica. As a director of photography he has worked in Natalia Solórzano's first feature documentary "Moving so slowly, various short films and commercial work.