Támara Aalto is a filmmaker originally from Zaragoza, Spain currently living in Finland.

Her training includes several film workshops and intensive courses in Barcelona (ECIB, La Bonne), Helsinki (AMPI, Kino Euphoria), Vaasa (Filmverkstaden) Stockholm (Stockholm Filmskola), Riga & Cēsis (Baltic Analog Lab),and Budapest (Kino Budapest) among others.

She has experience in several different roles on film sets like script supervisor at the multi-awarded Rabobesto or How I Saved a Monster (2022, Mari Mantela, Finland), sound recordist at Synnyin (2022, Elina Oikari, Finland) or set designer assistant at Beast in Black music clips (2021, Finland). She has also directed indie short films and music clips for different artists.

During 2021 & 2022 she has been the Artistic Director for Cinemaissí Latin American Film Festival in Helsinki, apart from her duties as filmmaker tutor for Koulukino (School Cinema Association) designing and giving filmmaking classes to Primary and Secondary School kids and working as a videographer & photographer for Catalysti (Association of transcultural artists in Finland).

Her work focuses on feminism, identity and social equity.

She is always open to collaborating with new artists to develop new audiovisual pieces together and new film practices.