Andrés Hispano Vilaseca (Barcelona, ??1964) is an audiovisual producer, artistic curator and teacher. He writes regularly for the culture supplement of La Vanguardia (member of the advisory committee from 2002 to 2014). He director, together with Félix Pérez-Hita, of Soy Cámara (TVE-CCCB). He has curated the exhibitions "The city of filmmakers" (together with Jordi Balló, CCCB, 2001), "The king of the house" (together with Marc Roig, Palau de la Virreina, 2007), "That’s not Entertainment!" (together with Antoni Pinent, CCCB, 2007) and «Global screen» (together with Gilles Lipovetsky and Jean Seroy, CCCB, 2011). He directed the theme nights of BTV (1997-2000), the program Boing Boing Buddha (created with Manuel Huerga, BTV, 2000-2003) and Baixa Fidelitat (with Félix Pérez-Hita, XTVL, 2005). Among other audiovisuals for museums and art centers, he has directed Somiant la nostra ruïna (La Pedrera, 2005), La Trobada (Palau Moja, 2007), Autoscan (CCCB, 2008) and Wish you were here (DHUB, 2009). He wrote David Lynch, American chiaroscuro (Glénat, 1997) and curated, together with Antoni Pinent, the DVD pack From Ecstasy to Rapture (Cameo, 2009). He is a visiting professor of film and audiovisual culture at different universities, such as UPF, Elisava, LCI and the URL.