Carles Bover has studied a degree in Audiovisual Communication in 2013. After graduating, because of his interest in wanting to carry out social projects, he decided to specialize with a Master's Degree in Documentary and New Formats. He began in the social theme with a report on the educational inclusion of people with cerebral palsy. The report titled Inclusion with an expiration date was the winner of the V Alberta Giménez Journalism Award.
In 2014, he developed the task of scriptwriter and assistant director in the short film Galerías, which won several international prizes and selections. In 2015 he made his first documentary short film as a director, Escucha mi mirada, which featured multiple selections, including the Abycine and Art Jove 2016 Festival.
In 2017, Carles Bover produces and directs, along with his partner Julio Pérez, the short film GAZA and the feature film Gas the Arabs, about the situation in the Gaza Strip after the Israeli attack during the summer of 2014. He is currently directing his first documentary feature, Creative Destruction of a City, which he was able to develop at the DocsBarcelona Workshop. The film is co-produced by El Retorno Producciones and IB3 TV and will be released in 2019.