Álvaro Longoria

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Álvaro Longoria (born 1968 in Santander, Cantabria, Spain) is a film director, executive producer, and actor.[1] He produces edgy and thought-provoking indie films for several distributors including Cinema Libre and Morena Films. He is perhaps best known for producing the film Che starring Benicio Del Toro and directed by Steven Soderbergh as well as Looking for Fidel directed by Oliver Stone. He is currently working on a documentary about the decolonization of the Sahara region of western Africa with Javier Bardem titled Hijos de las Nubes.[2]


2015: The Propaganda Game (documentary) (writer, director)

2012: The Cold (producer) (pre-production); Sons of the Clouds: The Last Colony (documentary) (producer, director); 7 días en La Habana (producer)

2011: The Monk (executive producer)

2010: Room in Rome (executive producer, producer)

2009: Últimos testigos (documentary) (producer)

2008: Che: Part Two (executive producer); Che: Part One (executive producer); I Come with the Rain (executive producer) (actor)

2007: La zona (producer)

2006: El carnaval de Sodoma (co-producer)

2005: Iberia (producer)

2003-2004: America Undercover (TV series documentary) (executive producer, 2 episodes, 2003–2004) (producer, 1 episode, 2004); Looking for Fidel (2004) (executive producer, producer); Persona Non Grata (executive producer); Caballé, más allá de la música (documentary) (producer);

2002: Comandante (documentary) (executive producer); Cuatro puntos cardinales (executive producer)

2001: Portman, a la sombra de Roberto (documentary) (executive producer); Fish People (producer)

2000: Queen of Swords (TV series) (co-executive producer); One of the Hollywood Ten (executive producer)