Carlos Ruano was born in Alicante. His love of films made him move to Madrid to study a Screenplay Writing Postgradute Degree. After graduating, he started working as a screenwriter on some of the most notorious Spanish Tv Shows such as Física o Química, Vive Cantando or Cuéntame un Cuento. In 2006 he made the leap into film direction and film production with Dulces, a short movie which represents his first attempt to deal with the LGTBI issue, a recurring theme in later works. With the help of Zampano Producciones, he directed Turno de Noche, a short film that has been selected in more than thirty international film festivals. Piscina is his third short film as director, producer and screenwriter.