Tània Balló (Barcelona, 1977), studied cinema at the Centre d’Estudis Cinematogràfics de Catalunya (CECC). She took a post-graduate degree in Cinema Theory and Aesthetics in Valladolid and participated in a documentary workshop with Michael Rabiger (RTVE). She was Head of Production at Alea TV, making several documentaries, including Aguaviva by Ariadna Pujol and El Cordobés. La España de los milagros by Albert Solé. She has taken part in several fiction and non-fiction productions for cinema and television. In 2003 she co-directed 200 km and in 2014 she directed Las Sinsombrero.