Berio Molina (1979) was born in A Fonsagrada (Lugo). He graduated in Fine Arts in 2003. He holds a Master’s degree in Digital Arts (2005) from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and a Master’s degree in Computer Graphic Design (2009) from R.I.T. in New York. From the beginning he has been interested in collective creation, being a member of the performance group Flexo, the aural studies collective escoitar.org and the art and free action collective alg-a. In 2019 he premiered his first short film, 7 limbos, at the Mostra de Cinema Periférico (S8), winner of the award for best direction of experimental work at the IV Crea Awards, with which he travelled to several international festivals such as the Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival (IIEFF), the Festival Internacional de Cine experimental de México (CODEC) or the Festival Internacional de Cine Márgenes. In 2016 he premieres the short film Campo at the FIVA of Argentina, awarded with the 3rd prize of the festival. In 2021, the short film Radio Cu Cu Cu premiered at the Cortocircuito International Film Festival. It achieves selections in festivals such as FIVA of Argentina and World Cinema Carnival in Calcutta. In 2018 he made the audio post-production of the film La Estrella Errante by Alberto Gracia. Currently, he combines his research work in the PhD programme in Creation and Research in Contemporary Art at UVigo with her work as a filmmaker and artist. His book Setras, which was born in the context of her thesis research on sound language, received the Special Jury Prize at the Puchi Award (2017) awarded by La Casa Encendida and Fulgencio Pimentel publishers.