Jordi Torrent

Jordi Torrent



Jordi Torrent (born April 11, 1974) is a Spanish director, producer and screenwriter who works primarily in the film and television industry. He is best known for his work on the films The Uninvited (2015), The Head (2016) and The Endless (2017).

Jordi Torrent grew up in Barcelona, Spain and attended the University of Barcelona where he studied film directing. After graduating, he went on to work as an assistant director on a number of films and television projects. During this time, he developed his own style of directing, which focuses on creating visual and emotional drama.

In 2013, Jordi Torrent made his feature film debut with The Uninvited. The film was a critical and commercial success, garnering numerous awards and nominations. He followed this up with The Head (2016), a psychological thriller about a group of friends who go on a camping trip and become trapped in a mysterious forest. The film was praised for its unique visual style and suspenseful atmosphere.

In 2017, Torrent released his third feature film, The Endless. The film follows two brothers who return to the mysterious cult they escaped from years earlier. The film was another critical success and received numerous awards and nominations.

Jordi Torrent has also directed various television projects, including the Netflix series Sense8 (2015–2018) and the Amazon series Betas (2013–2014). He has also directed commercials and music videos for artists such as U2, Coldplay and The Black Keys.

Jordi Torrent is an accomplished director and has established himself as an important voice in the film and television industry. He is known for his visually stunning films that explore complex themes in a unique and captivating way. His films have received numerous awards and nominations and he continues to be a sought-after director in the industry.

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