Graduated in Veterinary Sciences in 2011, I have worked as a veterinarian mainly in the fields of cardiology and in clinical practice with exotic animals. In 2014 I graduated in Film Direction in the Cinematography and Audiovisual School of the Community of Madrid (ECAM) with the highest mark in my speciality.
Oscillation (2014), my end-of-course short film, has been selected in around fifty international festivals and has won several awards and nominations, among them, the Best University Short-film Award in the Nocturna Madrid Festival; the Lunartis Award in the Videmedeja Film Festival, Serbia; Spanish Radio and Television Corporation (RTVE) Award in the Hispasat 4K Festival; the nomination for the Silver Méliès in the Imagine Fantastic Film Festival or the nomination for the Gold Panda in China for the most innovative short-film.
“Saturn through the telescope” (2018), my last short-film, has won the aid for audiovisual creation from both the Malaga Film Festival and the Community of Madrid. Nowadays, it is at the distribution stage.
This shortfilm is about the desire of watching something that scares but fascinates you at the same time. Here, Max, a ten years old boy, discovers the pulsion of seeing a horror movie.
Altough is a fantastic genre shortfilm, it is deeply autobiographic. I remember when I was a kid and I ran out of bed at night for seeing horror movies on the television, even knowing I would had nightmares after. However I was fascinated by its disturbing but beatiful images, so that supposed the begining of my love for cinema.