Félix Viscarret (Pamplona, 1975) is a Spanish film and television director. He graduated in information sciences and went to the United States on a scholarship to pursue graduate studies in film at William Paterson University in New Jersey. There, as a final year project, he made his first short film, Soñadores- Dreamers (1999), which won the award for best short film at the Alcalá Film Festival and received a special mention at the Panorama Award of the New York Academy at the 49th Berlin International Film Festival.
In 2007 he directed his first feature film Bajo las estrellas, based on the story El trompetista de Utopía by Fernando Aramburu and produced by Fernando Trueba, with which he won a Goya for best adapted screenplay and the Biznaga de Oro at the Malaga Festival.
He also worked on television directing some episodes of Hispania, la leyenda (2011) and Marco (2012). In 2016 he went to Havana, where he shot the film Vientos de La Habana and the subsequent miniseries for the Netflix network Cuatro estaciones en La Habana, both starring Jorge Perugorría. In 2017 he directed the documentary Saura(s) about filmmaker Carlos Saura. In 2019 he co-directed with Argentine director Pablo Trapero the television version of Fernando Aramburu's novel Patria. In 2022 he presented the feature film No mires a los ojos.https://vimeo.com/felixviscarret