David Muñoz

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David Muñoz
Born 1968 (age 45–46)
Málaga, Andalucia, Spain
Occupation Film producer, screenwriter, director

David Muñoz born in 1968 in Málaga, Andalucia, southern Spain is a Spanish director, producer, and screenwriter.[1]

Biography[edit]

He has an economist, PhD in Financial Economics.[citation needed] He worked for a Japanese bank for several years.[citation needed] He also worked as a financial adviser to regional governments in Spain, and as a professor of financial applications for professionals.

In 2000, he founded Hibrida, a multidisciplinary communications company involved in contemporary culture and social issues. He has been Hibrida's director since its inception.

Movie career[edit]

He writes, directs and produces documentary and fiction films, with more than 80 awards in international film festivals.[citation needed] Winner of the Goya Awards 2010 to best short documentary given by the Spanish Film Academy for Flowers of Rwanda. His film The Infinite Jest was a Jury Award 2011 for best short documentary in the 7th Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival (Qatar). His previous film, Another Night on Earth won, among others, the Film Critics FIPRESCI award at DOK Leipzig, the best feature documentary award at the 15th Guanajuato International Film Festival, or[clarification needed] the Japan Foundation Presidential’s Prize at NHK Japan Prize. About Ndugu was a world premiere at the Berlinale 63rd Berlin International Film Festival. He also helped write The Devil's Backbone.

Director filmography[edit]

Year Film
2013 About Ndugu [2]
2012 Otra Noche en la Tierra [3]
2011 The Infinite Jest [4]
2010 Tres Tristes Tigres [5]
2008 854 [6]
2008 Flowers of Rwanda [7]
2007 Human Development [8]

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