|Born||in Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain|
Mini Bio (1)
Jorge Nebra attended Art School in Huesca, where he studied graphic design. He got a degree at the University of Zaragoza in video and TV. In 1996 he directed his first fiction short film, "El coleccionista". He traveled to Madrid, where he attended Official Institute of RTVE. In 1998 he attended International Cinema School of San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba), where got specialized in Photography Direction. There he directed his second short film, "La espera". In Spain he directed his third short film "Don Quijote de la Marcha". A year later he began to write the script of a fiction long film, "Habanece", that he would direct in 2001, when he went back to Cuba. He came back to Spain and worked as a director and producer of cinema and commercials. He directed some national documentary serials, and many musical videos and spots for TV. In 2010 he directed his second full-length film: Tierra de Cierzo, firstly shown in In Edit Festival in 2010.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Promofest