Andrés Cedrón is a Spanish film director, screenwriter, and producer. He was born in Madrid, Spain, on April 8, 1948. He studied film directing at the Escuela Oficial de Cinematografía in Madrid and made his directorial debut in 1970 with the film La Virgen de los Sicarios.
Cedrón has directed a number of films, including the psychological thriller Elisa, vida mía (1977) which won the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, and the drama La Estanquera de Vallecas (1982), which won him the Goya Award for Best Director. His other films include La Lola se va a los Puertos (1984), Una Historia de Amor (1986), and La Niña de tus Ojos (1998).
Throughout his career, Cedrón has been praised for his ability to craft stories that explore complex psychological issues, as well as his use of music and cinematography to great effect. He has also been praised for his ability to bring out nuanced performances from his actors and actresses, as well as his willingness to take risks and push the boundaries of genre films.
Cedrón has also produced several films, such as El Crimen Perfecto (2004), starring Antonio Resines, and El Hombre de al Lado (2009), starring Ricardo Darín. He has also served as executive producer on several films, including Un Air de Famille (1996) and El Crimen Perfecto (2004).
In addition to his work in film, Cedrón has also directed a number of television programs, including the miniseries La Loca Historia de los Mundos (2002), and the series El Comisario (2006–2009). He has also written several books, including a novel, El Crimen Perfecto (2005).
Andrés Cedrón has been a major force in Spanish cinema for nearly five decades. His films have won numerous awards and accolades, and he is widely regarded as one of the most influential and innovative directors in Spain. His work continues to be highly regarded and respected, and will continue to be an important part of Spanish cinema for years to come.