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Números Editor
Project Shell
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 2017 Alleycats (Short)
 2017 Way to Jerez (Documentary)
 2017 Sevilla (Short)
 2016 Nacido en Siria (Documentary)
 2016 The Resurrection Club (Documentary) (director of editing)
 2016 1977 (Short)
 2016 Sin ventanas (Short)
 2015 La vida en llamas (Documentary)
 2014-2015 Números (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- 5 (2015)
- 2 (2015)
- 360 (2014)
 2013 Alcalá Zamora: La Tercera España (Documentary)
 2013 El enclave (Short)
 2012 Me llamo Olmo (Video documentary short)
 2012 Project Shell (Short)
 2011 El defensor (Short) (post-production)
 2011 Atracones (Short)
 2010 Bécquer desconocido (Documentary)
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