Nicolás Molina

Nicolás Molina



Nicolás Molina is a Spanish director, producer and writer best known for his work in the film industry. He started his career in 2008, when he wrote and directed his first short film, "La Fuga".

Molina’s work gained international recognition in 2012, when he wrote and directed the short film "The Summer of All My Dreams". This film was selected to participate in the Cannes Film Festival and later won the Goya Award for Best Short Film.

In 2016, Molina released his first feature film, "The Secret Life of Words", which was a critical success and received a nomination for the Goya Award for Best Film. This film was followed by "The Invisible Guardian" (2017), a supernatural thriller that was screened in several international film festivals and won the award for Best Feature Film in the Gijón International Film Festival.

Molina's latest film is "The Fury of a Patient Man", which tells the story of a young boxer seeking revenge for his father's death. This film was selected to participate in the 2017 San Sebastián Film Festival and won the Silver Shell for Best Actor.

Molina's films are known for their strong themes and dynamic characters. He has been praised for his ability to touch audiences with his unique storytelling and make them feel invested in the characters and the stories they tell.

Apart from his work in the film industry, Molina is also a passionate photographer. His images have been featured in several exhibitions and publications. He also directs music videos and commercials for several companies.

In short, Nicolás Molina is an accomplished filmmaker and photographer whose work has been recognized around the world. His films have brought him awards and international recognition and he continues to push the boundaries of storytelling. He is a rising talent in the Spanish film industry and his work will continue to inspire and entertain audiences for years to come.

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