Neus is an award winning cinematographer working worldwide.

She studied Film at ESCAC (Barcelona Film School) and then went to the prestigious NFTS (National Film & Television School) in the UK to study for a Masters in Cinematography. Kodak sponsored her to attend the Budapest Masterclass in 2007 with Vilmos Zsigmond. Shortly after this, she started her career as a cinematographer in London.

Her first feature film El Cant del Ocells (Birdsong), directed by Albert Serra, premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival and won her the Gaudí Award for Best Cinematography. Since then, she has shot numerous European films including Tres días con la Familia (Three Days with the Family) and Todos quieren lo mejor para ella (We All Want What’s Best for Her), both directed by Mar Coll, and Cirkeln (The Circle), an adaptation of the Swedish best seller, directed by Levan Akan. Films she has worked on have screened and won prizes in festivals around the world.

Neus also works on TV. Some of her most relevant work in the UK includes Endeavour, produced by Mammoth Screen for ITV, staring Shaun Evans, and a TV movie for the BBC called Doing Money, directed by Lynsey Miller and produced by Warner Brothers International Television. Her most recent project, a 4-part miniseries called Deadwater Fell for Channel 4 staring David Tenant and Cush Jumbo, will air in 2020.

She combines her drama work with commercials, music videos and fashion films. She has shot with a wide range of production companies: Canada, Pulse, Radical Media, Outsider, Blow Up, Stink, Knucklehead, Showstudio, to name a few.

Her style has been defined as an exquisite mixture of naturalism and elegance.

WINNER BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY for “El Cant dels Ocells” PREMIS GAUDI’09

WINNER BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY for “La inútil” at ALCINE FILM FESTIVAL’17

NOMINEE BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY DOCUMENTARY for “The End for Beginners”
at XVI International Film Festival CAMERIMAGE

La Hija de un Ladrón (Spain, 2019)
San Sebastian International Film Festival’19- Official competition

 

Doing Money (UK, 2018)
Best Film Desert Edge Global Film Festival’18
Hi Award Harlem International Film Festival’19
Best Film Greenpoint Film Festival’19
World Cinema Award Phoenix Film Festival’19
Best Film and Best Director VIFF Vienna Independent Film Festival’19

 

Cirklen (Sweden, 2015)
Berlin Film Festival’16

 

Tots volen el millor per ella (Spain, 2013)
Premiers Plans Festival’14 (France) Best Actress (Nora Navas)
Gaudí Awards’13: Best Actress (Nora Navas) Best Supporting Actress (Clara Segura)
Best Actress (Nora Navas) Festival Internacional de Valladolid’13
Best Actress (Nora Navas) Miami Film Festival’14

 

In the Dark Half (UK, 2011)
GRAND PRIX – Crystal Globe Karlovy Vary Film Festival’10
Grand Prix Montpellier Film Festival
The Don Quijote Prize (FICC – International Federation of Film Societies)’10
Best Actress -Espiga de Plata (Emma Suárez) in Seminci de Valladolid
Best Director and Best Actor (Eduard Fernandez) Batumi Film Festival
”La Navaja de Buñuel” Award- BEST FILM Of the YEAR’10
Best Actor Gaudí’11 Award (Eduard Fernandez)
Best Actress (Emma Suárez) at José María Forqué Awards’11

 

3 dias con la familia (Spain, 2009)
WINNER BEST NEW DIRECTOR GOYA AWARD 2010
WINNER BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ACTRESS on the GAUDÍ AWARDS’10
Silver Biznaga-BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTOR and BEST ACTRESS on the MALAGA FILM FESTIVAL’09
”La Navaja de Buñuel” Award- BEST FILM Of the YEAR’09
Sant Jordi’s Audience Award ‘10
DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN International Film Festival- Ciudad de San Sebastian Film Commission Award
BEST FILM INQUIET’09 (Picassent)
ABYCINE International Film Festival Albacete: Young Award 2009
BUTACA Award: Best Actor (Eduard Fernández)
Zaragoza Young Filmmakers Festival: Best First Feature Award
José Luis Borau Award

 

El cant dels ocells (Spain, 2008)
BEST FILM, BEST CINEMATGRAPHY and BEST DIRECTOR on the GAUDI AWARDS’09
GRAND PRIX Entrevues Film Festival ‘08
GRAND PRIX Split International Festival of New Film’08
Cannes Film Festival’08 – 40e Quinzaine des RéalisateursThe

 

Doing Money (UK, 2018)
Best Film Desert Edge Global Film Festival’18
Hi Award Harlem International Film Festival’19
Best Film Greenpoint Film Festival’19
World Cinema Award Phoenix Film Festival’19
Best Film and Best Director VIFF Vienna Independent Film Festival’19

 

The End for beginners (2006)
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007
Nominee BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY Plus CAMERIMAGE- XVI International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography