About

Héctor

Héctor is a filmmaker from Spain,  currently based in Brooklyn, NY. 

He graduated from Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales de Catalonia (ESCAC) in Barcelona, specializing in documentary. He also obtained a Film Screenplay Master’s at the same school.

His first documentary ”Bella Terra” (2007) was selected for several festivals like Documenta Madrid ‘08. He also directed and co-wrote “American Greyhounds” (2010), with Mario Aranguren, a road movie through the United States with Barack Obama’s election as background. He directed and co-wrote the documentary film “Comediants, amb el sol a la maleta” (2013), with Elisenda Dalmau. It was premiered in movie theaters, TV3 and TVE, and produced by SetMagic, TV3, and TVE. In 2016, he directed «Gustavo Bueno. La vuelta a la Caverna» a documentary co-produced by TVE about the philosopher Gustavo Bueno.

Recently, he has directed the short film «Sueño Americano», co-produced by NFL and VICE. Also he has collaborated in the short film «The Circle» produced by BBC. Currently, he is releasing his fifth feature documentary «Karuna» (2020), shot in India and Nepal, a choral story of female empowerment, narrated by the internationally renowned Buddhist monk Matthieu Richard.

Héctor is a curious and restless mind, both personally and professionally. Since a young age, he has been interested in telling stories, thrilled to collaborate with others, and curious about the world around him.


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