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Guillermo Amoedo

Guillermo Carlos Amoedo Schultze was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, on second March, 1983. After graduating from highschool (Colegio Alemán de Montevideo - German School) he studied Communication in the Universidad de Montevideo, where he put focus on cinematographic studies. For his final thesis (a short film), he won some festivals and a ... See full bio »

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Andrew Garfield, Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, and five others received their first-ever acting nominations for 2017. While these actors are new to the Academy Awards, you may recognize them from their earlier work.

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Knock Knock
Knock Knock Writer
The Green Inferno
Aftershock Writer
The Stranger
The Stranger Writer


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 2017 Hazlo como hombre (screenplay) (post-production)
 2016 Que Pena Tu Vida (original)
 2016 Hola Sandra (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode)
 2015 La leyenda de el Crack (TV Movie) (writer)
 2015/I Knock Knock (screenplay)
 2014/IV The Stranger
 2013 Se Venden (TV Movie)
 2013 The Green Inferno (screenplay)
 2012 Aftershock (screenplay by)
 2011 Que pena tu boda (screenplay)
 2011 El Crack (TV Movie)
 2010 Retorno (screenplay)
 2010 Que pena tu vida (screenplay)
 2006 La escafandra (Short)
 2006 El último globo (Short)
 2005 Tercera Persona (Short)
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Shot his first feature, Return (2010), for 500 dollars, with a crew of 4 people and in just 10 days.

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