Simon Ripoll-Hurier

Simon Ripoll-Hurier



Simon Ripoll-Hurier is an award-winning director, producer and screenwriter from Barcelona, Spain. He has been directing films since the early 1990s and has earned worldwide acclaim for his work.

Ripoll-Hurier was born in Barcelona in 1967 and grew up in a family of filmmakers. His father was a cinematographer, which fostered his love for film and his interest in the craft. At the age of 12, he began filming his own short films with his father's Super-8 camera.

At the age of 16, he enrolled in the Barcelona Film School, where he studied film production and directing. After graduating, he worked as an assistant director on several films. He then went on to direct his first feature film, Mar de Fondo, which won several awards at the Gaudi Film Festival.

Ripoll-Hurier went on to direct several more films, including El Dia de los Muertos, which was nominated for the Goya Award for Best Film. He also directed the critically acclaimed film La Misma Luna, which won several awards, including the Goya Award for Best Film.

In addition to directing films, Ripoll-Hurier has also produced films, including the critically acclaimed El Camino de los Suenos. He has also written several screenplays and is currently working on a new feature film.

Ripoll-Hurier's films have been screened at festivals around the world, earning him numerous awards and critical acclaim. He is considered one of the most talented and accomplished directors in Spain. He continues to direct films and produce projects that explore social issues and reflect the culture of his homeland.

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