‘If we fail to improve the collective consciousness, we will end by smackings’.
He has a bachelor of Information Science and worked for years as a reporter specializing in social issues in public channels Spanish Television (TVE) and Catalan Television (TVC). In 2000 he began to direct documentaries, and in 2008 created Minimal Films and directed his first documentary film to cinemas: ‘Bucharest, Memory Lost’ (co-produced by TV3 and TVE), which won several awards: the Goya for Best Documentary 2009 by the Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences of Spain, the Gaudí for Best Documentary 2009 by the Catalan Film Academy, the award for Best Documentary at the Cine España Festival 2008 (Toulouse, France) and the Best Director Award at the Festival Memorimage 2008 (Reus, Spain). Other documentaries of his own are ‘Water Stories’ (Fundació Agbar, 2002), ‘The Cordobes, Spain in miracles’ (TVE and Canal Art, 2004), ‘The Dream of Water’ (ExpoZaragoza and UNESCO, 2004 ), ‘The Rapist Mind’ (TVE, 2006) and the series ‘In The Confidential Prison’ (Cuatro, 2006). His most recent work is ‘The End of The Break’, presented at the Spanish Film Festival in Malaga in 2011 and in Seminci 2012.