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Born in Figueres, Spain, in 1983. In 2005 he earned his degree in Audiovisual Communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona and for three months attended the Film and TV School at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Since 2003, the year of his directorial debut with the short film Homenaje a Calders (Homage to Calders), he has directed several short films, both fiction and documentary, screened at various film festivals and contemporary art museums in Europe. His first feature-length film Caracremada participated in the Venice Film Festival in 2010, in the Orizzonti section. The title refers to the nickname given by the Spanish Guardia Civil to Ramon Vila Capdevila, the Catalan anarchist and strenuous opponent of the Franco regime: the director espoused his point of view to reflect on the Spanish Resistance.
2010 – Caracremada – Orizzonti (director)

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