Arami Ullon is an award-winning director, editor, and screenwriter from Spain. He is best known for his work on the Spanish series "Elite" and his feature film "El Pacto de Adrián".
Ullon was born in Madrid in 1982 and began his career in the early 2000s, editing television commercials and music videos. In 2008, he directed his first feature film, "El Pacto de Adrián", which was a critical and commercial success and earned him a Goya Award for Best New Director. Following this success, Ullon worked on several television projects, including "The Boarding School", "The Women of the Palace", and "The Island of Secrets".
In 2018, Ullon was hired to direct the first season of the Netflix series "Elite". The show proved to be an instant hit with viewers, and Ullon was praised for his direction. He was nominated for a Goya Award for Best Director for his work on the series and won the award for Best Fiction Director at the Feroz Awards.
In addition to his television and film work, Ullon has also directed several short films, including "Donde Está Mi Gato" and "El Recuerdo". He is currently working on the Netflix series "High Seas" as well as an upcoming feature film.
Ullon's work has been praised for its originality and freshness, and he has become one of the most sought-after Spanish directors. He has been praised for his ability to draw strong performances from his actors and his eye for detail and composition. His work has been compared to that of Pedro Almodóvar and Guillermo del Toro.
Ullon is a passionate advocate for Spanish cinema and has spoken out in favor of funding and support for the industry. He is a vocal advocate for gender equality in the film industry and has worked to promote female directors. He is also an active campaigner for LGBT rights.
Ullon is an inspiration to aspiring filmmakers and a testament to the power of hard work and dedication. He has achieved success despite the odds and continues to push boundaries and create innovative and exciting work.