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in Bilbao, Spain

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Known For

Automata
Automata Writer
(2014)
El gran Zambini
El gran Zambini Director
(2005)
Cuando dejes de quererme
(2018)
El trabajo
El trabajo Director
(1999)

Filmography

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 2005 El gran Zambini (Short)
 2004 Petits mythes urbains (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Égaré (2004)
- Chambre 301 (2004)
 2001 Diminutos del calvario (Short) (segment "La jaula")
 1999 El trabajo (Short)
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 2014/I Automata (written by)
 2005 El gran Zambini (Short) (written by)
 1999 El trabajo (Short) (writer)
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 2016 Zipi y Zape y la Isla del Capitán (second unit director)
 2014/I Automata (second unit director)
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 2006 Máquina (Short) (producer)
 2005 El gran Zambini (Short) (producer)
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 1999 El trabajo (Short) (sound)

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