Pablo Robertson de Unamuno

Pablo Robertson de Unamuno



Pablo Robertson de Unamuno was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1949. He is a renowned film director, screenwriter, cinematographer and producer. His work has been recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which awarded him a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film in 2004 for his movie, Son of the Bride.

Unamuno began his career as a cinematographer, working on several documentaries and feature films. He made his directorial debut in 1988 with the film, Los Siete Locos. The film was a success, earning Unamuno his first Goya Award.

Unamuno went on to direct several films, including the critically acclaimed Tango, for which he won a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival. He also directed the suspenseful thriller, The Secret in Their Eyes, which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2009.

Unamuno's films often explore the human condition, and his work has been described as emotionally driven and darkly humorous. He has a unique visual style, often making use of slow-motion shots and long takes. His films are often set in his native Argentina, but he has also directed films set in the United States and Spain.

Unamuno has also ventured into television, directing several episodes of the popular series, Alias. He has also produced several films, including the acclaimed drama, I'm So Excited!, and the romantic comedy, The Big Wedding.

Unamuno has won several awards, including two Goya Awards, a Silver Lion from the Venice Film Festival, and an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. He continues to make films that explore the human condition and his unique visual style.

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