Francina Verdés trained as a journalist and is specialised in Communication and armed conflicts. She is now working as a freelance journalist in the field of institutional communication and the broadcasting and production of cultural projects. She alternates her journalist facet with that of an independent filmmaker and producer of documentaries.
She got into documentary films in 2007, when she started studying a Master in Creative Documentaries at UAB, where she made her first documentary project, Ja tornes a gravar, a family and intimate short-length film revolving around the memory and death of a loved one. She has worked as a producer on various documentaries since then: El conserje (2009), Entre cirerers (2010) or Sueñero (2012). As a filmmaker, she moves between direct and close films that portray characters immersed in intimate and joint situations of conflict. Her filmography includes the documentaries Ja tornes a gravar (29 min, 2008), Coses rares que passaven abans (27 min, 2012) and Teresa sin mar (60 min, 2012), her first full-length film.