Rodrigo García (director)
|Rodrigo García Barcha|
24 August 1959 |
Bogotá, DC, Colombia
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter, television director|
Rodrigo García Barcha (born 24 August 1959) is a Colombian television and film director and screenwriter.
Life and career
García was born in Bogotá, Colombia, the son of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez and Mercedes Barcha Pardo. Because of his father, he grew up in the presence of Carlos Fuentes, Julio Cortázar, Pablo Neruda and Luis Buñuel.
García has directed a variety of independent films, such as the award-winning Nine Lives and Albert Nobbs, and episodes of several HBO series, Six Feet Under, Carnivàle, and Big Love. He directed episodes of the HBO series In Treatment. As of 1987, García lives in the United States.
His film Nine Lives was nominated for the William Shatner Golden Groundhog Award for Best Underground Movie, the other nominated films were Green Street Hooligans, MirrorMask, Up for Grabs and Opie Gets Laid.
- The Sopranos (TV series)
- episode 5.04 "All Happy Families..."
- Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her (2000)
- Ten Tiny Love Stories (2001)
- Six Feet Under (TV Series)
- "The Room"
- "A Private Life"
- "In the Game"
- "Perfect Circles"
- "A Coat of White Primer"
- Boomtown (TV series)
- episode "Monster Brawl"
- Carnivàle (TV series)
- episode 1.01 "Milfay" (Pilot; 2003)
- episode 1.03 "Tipton"
- episode 1.06 "Pick a Number
- episode 1.12 "The Day That Was the Day"
- episode 2.09 "Lincoln Highway"
- Fathers and Sons (2004)
- Nine Lives (2005)
- Big Love (TV series)
- "Pilot" (2006)
- Six Degrees (TV series)
- In Treatment (TV series)
- Passengers (2008)
- Mother and Child (2010), Grand prix du jury at the Deauville American Film Festival 2010
- Albert Nobbs (2011)
- Delirium (TV pilot) (2013)
- Last Days in the Desert (2015)
- "Variety". Variety.[dead link]
- "Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s son on the art of storytelling". Inquirer. 15 October 2011.
- von Busack, Richard (8 March 2006). "Sunnyvale". Metroactive. Retrieved 10 September 2009.
- Tyler, Joshua (10 January 2006). "Shatner Gets His Own Award". Cinema Blend. Retrieved 10 September 2009.
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