Adrián Arce

Adrián Arce



Adrián Arce is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalist from Spain. He has directed and produced feature-length documentaries, television series, and short films since the early 2000s.

Arce was born and raised in Barcelona, Spain. He studied journalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and began his professional career as a journalist in 2003. During this time, he wrote for a variety of publications including El País and El Periódico de Catalunya.

In 2005, Arce shifted his focus to documentary filmmaking. He directed his first feature-length documentary, Una Vida Invisble, which explored the lives of immigrants in Spain. The film received critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards.

In 2008, Arce directed his second feature-length documentary, Las Sombras del Pasado. The film focused on the effects of Spain’s civil war on its people. It was well-received and won the Best Documentary Award at the 2009 Gijón International Film Festival.

In 2010, Arce directed another feature-length documentary, Una Historia de Amor. The film explored the love story of two Spanish people in the turbulent years of the Franco dictatorship. It was a critical and commercial success and was nominated for several awards.

Arce has also directed several television series and short films. In 2011, he directed the television series Tres Ríos, which followed the lives of three families living in three distinct neighborhoods in Barcelona. The series was well-received and won several awards.

In 2014, Arce directed his first short film, El Sueño. The film focused on the struggles of a young woman attempting to make her dream of becoming a professional dancer a reality. The film was a commercial and critical success, and won several awards.

Arce is known for his precise and detailed filmmaking style. He is dedicated to creating work that is honest, thought-provoking, and emotionally affecting. His films often explore social issues in Spain, such as immigration and the effects of the Franco dictatorship.

Arce is an accomplished filmmaker who has received numerous awards for his work. He continues to create thought-provoking and emotionally affecting films that explore the lives of people in Spain.

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