Lucía Alemany graduated in Film Direction from ESCAC (Cinema and Audiovisual School of Catalonia). Her passion for extreme realism led her to work with non-professional actors and rely on improvisation as a driving force for conflict. From this constant exploration, her first short film, 14 anys y un día, was born, and it has participated in numerous film festivals.
Years later, sticking to her stylistic approach, she directed her first feature film, La Inocencia (The Innocence), which premiered in the New Directors section of the San Sebastián International Film Festival. In addition to its extensive journey through international festivals, the film was nominated for two Goya Awards and seven Gaudí Awards.
In 2019, she directed the miniseries 69 Raons for À punt Media, delving into the sexuality and emotions of teenagers.
In 2020, she directed some episodes of the series Vida Perfecta (Best Series at Cannes 2019) for Movistar+ and Élite for Netflix.
In 2022, she released the film Mari(dos) for Telecinco Cinema, which has been a box office success, accumulating over 600,000 viewers.