Carlos Rodríguez (film director)

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Carlos Rodríguez
Born (1966-01-15) January 15, 1966 (age 49)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Film director, producer, screenwriter, editor
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Asun Lasarte

Carlos Rodríguez (born January 15, 1966) is a Spanish film director, producer, screenwriter and editor. He is the founder of Morgan Creativos,[1] a creative studio based in Donostia-San Sebastian (Basque Country), especializing in audiovisual content for cultural events (museums, exhibitions, film festivals, live presentations...) and television.

Works:

1998 - Huellas de un espiritu (documentary)

1999 - Hitchcock: No Limit To Fiction (documentary) - Coppola, A Man And His Dreams (documentary)

2000 - Orson Welles In The Land Of Don Quixote (documentary)

2001 - Huston & Joyce, A Dialogue With The Dead (documentary)

2002 - Encadenados (Links) (documentary)

2003 - A Symphony in images (montage film)

2004 - Berlioz's Trip (documentary)

2005 - Edward Hopper, el pintor del silencio (documentary)

2006 - La Zona.[2]

2007 - Camara negra (short documentary film)

2009 - Ataque al poblado de La Hoya (live action-animation short film)

2010 - Una historia del zinemaldia (documentary TV series)

2011 - The Challenges (video installation) - Open Sea (video installation) - Berriro igo nauzu (shortfilm)

2012 - #VictoriaEugenia, The Social Network (video installation)

2013 - 200 - San Sebastian 1813-2013 (video installation) - Bereterretxe (animated short film)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Morgan Creativos. Official Site.
  2. ^ The Unnamed Zone. Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University.

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