Coming from south of France, Lisa Diaz worked in cinema after litterature and History studies at la Sorbonne, Paris. She worked as a continuity girl before she directed her first short film, the Absentee (first price of the Eure / Moulin d’Andé Script Award) released in 2007. Then she has directed two documentaries (100 kms apart (2008) and To be continued (2011)), and other short fictions : Home Trip (2012), coproduced by national channel, France 2, with Sabrina Ouazani and the ear of a pianist (2014), with Adélaïde Leroux. Ma maison (Our dumb lips) that won a script award for best adaptation at Travelling festival, is her last short fiction released in 2016. The film has received the support of the CNC production fund and the new technologies fund and was screened in both french and international festivals. Lisa has participated in various training programme and writing residences such as la FEMIS, Groupe Ouest or Lussas documentary residence… She is now working on a serie for television with the support of the CNC development fund for audiovisual innovation. She is writing a feature (Summer 81). She also collaborates now and then with others directors, co-writing scripts or as a continuity girl.