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Manuel Rivas was born in 1957 in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. He is a writer and director, known for Butterfly (1999), ¡Hay motivo! (2004) and Todo es silencio (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Butterfly
Butterfly Writer
(1999)
¡Hay motivo!
¡Hay motivo! Director
(2004)
Todo es silencio
(2012)
Hai que botalos
(2005)

Filmography

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 2018-2019 Vivir sin permiso (TV Series) (original idea - 13 episodes)
- Episode #1.9 (2019) ... (original idea)
- Episode #1.13 (2018) ... (original idea)
- Episode #1.12 (2018) ... (original idea)
- Episode #1.11 (2018) ... (original idea)
- Episode #1.10 (2018) ... (original idea)
 2012 Todo es silencio (based on his novel) / (screenplay)
 2009 A puta da vida (Short) (story from novel "O lapis do carpinteiro")
 2005 Hai que botalos (segment "Punto final")
 2003 El lápiz del carpintero (novel "O lapis do carpinteiro")
 2002 Todos somos Galicia (TV Movie) (excerpts)
 2001 Xinetes na tormenta (Short) (story - as Manolo Rivas)
 2000 Primer amor (Short) (story)
 1999 La rosa de piedra (writer)
 1999 Butterfly (writer)
 1986 Máis alá (TV Series)
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Manolo Rivas
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His book "O lapis do carpinteiro" and his story "A lingua das bolboretas" (originally written in Galician) were adapted to the cinema in the movies El lápiz del carpintero (2003) directed by Antón Reixa and La lengua de las mariposas (1999) directed by José Luis Cuerda. See more »

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