During World War II a secret battle was fought in order to crack the Nazi codes issued by the Enigma machine: a chess match involving the most brilliant minds from those days whose outcome proved critical in solving the largest armed conflict in the 20th century and the destiny of Europe. In this fascinating struggle the role played by the D Team, formed by exiled Spanish Republicans, was as decisive as it was unknown.
He was born in Jerez (Spain) in 1981. He graduated in Audiovisual Media from the University of Seville, completed a Master’s degree in Scriptwriting at the Autonomous University in Barcelona and joined the Screenwriter Program at the New York Film Academy (NYC). He authored the scripts of awarded films Alfred & Anna (Juanma Suárez, 2012) and 30 años de oscuridad (Manuel H. Martín, 2012), which were nominated for the Goya Awards in the respective categories Best Animation Short and Best Documentary. His first documentary feature, 23 disparos (2017), premiered at the Málaga Festival and won four awards including one for Best Documentary at the Seville Film Festival and the prestigious Iris Award presented by Spain’s Television Academy.
Sunday 20: Broadway Cinemas, room 10, 7.30 pm
Saturday 26: Broadway Cinemas, room 10, 8.45 pm