Luís Costa (1993) was born in Porto, Portugal. In 2014 he obtained his bachelor degree in Sound and Image, at the School of Arts of the Catholic University of Porto. As a young director, he worked on several projects in the audiovisual area, and his two academic short films were recognised in several national and international festivals. He has also develops parallel projects on photography and videoclips, among others. He co-founded and works as a director at Pinehouse Concerts. In 2017, The Everlasting Man premiered and was recognised with the Sophia award for best documentary short film by the Portuguese Film Academy. Our Kingdom, his latest short film based on the novel by Valter Hugo Mãe, is currently in distribuition and won several awards. Recently, he co-founded a film production company in Porto, in which he is developing several projects in different positions, from production to script writing. Currently, he is post-producing his two next short films, making a documentary series on photography and writing his first feature film.