Lucía Alemany was born in Traiguera (Castellón de la Plana), where she lived until she turned 18. At that age, she moved to Vic to study a degree in Media Communications. Later, she would move to Barcelona, where she graduated in Film Direction at the ESCAC (Escuela de Cine y Audiovisuales de Cataluña). Her passion for the most extreme realism led her to different practices with non-professional actors, relying on improvisation to drive the conflict. All that relentless search led to the creation of her first short film, “14 anys y un dia”. Some years later, following the same style, she directed her first feature film “La Inocencia”, produced by Turanga Films, Un Capricho de Producciones and Lagarto Films. In 2019, she directed “69 Raons”, an educational TV program where adolescents could speak freely about sex, produced by Saó Producciones for A Punt Média.