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Javier Fesser was born in 1964 in Madrid, Spain. He is a director and writer, known for Camino (2008), The Miracle of P. Tinto (1998) and Mortadelo & Filemon: The Big Adventure (2003). See full bio »

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 2014 Bienvenidos (Short)
 2013 Dolor (Short)
 2013 Al final todos mueren (opening and ending sequences)
 2008 Camino
 2005 La cabina (Video short)
 2004 Every So Often in the World... (Documentary) (segment "Binta y la gran idea")
 2004 Binta and the Great Idea (Short)
 2001 La sorpresita (Short)
 2001 Javi y Lucy (TV Series short)
 1995 Aquel ritmillo (Short)
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Brother of Guillermo Fesser.

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