Olga Osorio is a teacher of Editing in the faculty of Ciencias da Comunicación (media sciences) in A Coruña and a teacher of Filmmaking in the Escola de Imaxe e Son in the same city. Her two previous short fiction films, reStart (2015) and Einstein-Rosen (2016), premiered in the official section of the Sitges Film Festival and were selected in numerous international film festivals such as Fantasia, PIFFF, Les Utopiales in Nantes or BIFFF in Brussels (reStart) or Seattle IFF, NY Children IFF, Leuven , Palm Springs, Rhode Island, BIFAN or Sapporo Short Film Festival (Einstein-Rosen), among many others, receiving more than fifty national and international awards. She also directs music videos as Buscando a Superfama (2015), the Mestre Mateo Award 2016 in the category of Best Video Clip or Garden’s Road(2014), which was awarded the Mestre Mateo Award in 2015 and won more than 15 international awards. Mouras, her last short film, was selected for EuroConnection in Clermont-Ferrand, and will be premiere in Nocturna (Madrid) and ScreamFest (Los Angeles, USA). Olga Osorio is currently working on the development of her first feature film, based on Einstein-Rosen.
As a photographer, she has done different projects and exhibitions, among which the series Reflexións must be noted, awarded in the Concurso de Proxectos Fotográficos from CEF Vigo and published within the collection Do Trinque (Vigo, 2007). Her work has been displayed in rooms like CaixaNova in Vigo, Casa de la Parra and Galería Sargadelos in Santiago de Compostela, or Salvador de Madariaga and Kiosco Alfonso in A Coruña, among others.
A teacher in the department of Audiovisual Communication at the faculty of Ciencias da Comunicación and in the department of Communication Methods and Media at IES Imaxe e Son in A Coruña, she also has extensive professional experience in the audiovisual and communication sector, where her work in print media like La Voz de Galicia, El Ideal Gallego or El Progreso should be noted, and her work in radio in RNE or Cadena Ser Lugo, or her work in TeleLugo, among others.
Academically, Olga Osorio has a PhD in Humanities (Extraordinary Award) by the University of A Coruña, and she graduated in Information Sciences (Journalism) at the Complutense University of Madrid. She has also taken screenplay courses at the Film School in Cuba and portrait photography courses at the Internacional Photography Center in New York. She is also the author of an analytical case study about Solaris by Andrei Tarkovski, published by Nau Llibres.