Gerardo Panero

Gerardo Panero



Gerardo Panero is an established Spanish director and producer. He is best known for his work in the television series “El Internado” and his feature films “La Distancia” and “La Vida Inmortal”.

Panero was born in Madrid, Spain in 1971. He studied film production at the ESCAC (Catalan Film School) in Barcelona. It was here he began to hone his skills as a director and producer, and he soon found success in television.

Panero's television career took off when he was asked to direct an episode of “El Internado.” This series was a huge hit in Spain and he quickly became one of the most sought-after directors for television in the country. He went on to direct and produce several other television series, including “Cuéntame Cómo Pasó” and “Los Hombres de Paco.”

In 2006, Panero made his feature film debut with “La Distancia.” This film was a critical and commercial success, and Panero was nominated for a Goya Award for Best Director. He followed this success with his second feature film, “La Vida Inmortal,” which was also well-received.

In 2011, Panero directed the highly acclaimed television series “Gran Reserva.” This series went on to become one of the most popular Spanish television shows of all time. He also directed the television movie “La Historia Interminable.”

In recent years, Panero has focused on producing and directing television movies. He has worked on several projects, including “La Casa de Papel,” “Velvet” and “La Ley Secreta.”

Gerardo Panero is an accomplished director and producer who has made an impact on the Spanish television and film industry. He is highly respected in his field and continues to produce and direct quality projects. He has received numerous awards and nominations for his work, and is considered to be one of the top directors in Spain.

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