Xavier Gassió

Xavier Gassió

Director, Screenplay


Xavier Gassió is a renowned Spanish director, producer and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on films such as “La Flaqueza del Bolchevique” (2003) and “Los Ilusos” (2010).

Gassió was born on November 8, 1967 in Barcelona, Spain. He first became interested in film during his teenage years, and began making short films with friends while in high school. After graduating from the University of Barcelona, Gassió began working at a production company, where he worked as an assistant director on various projects.

In 2003, Gassió made his feature film debut with “La Flaqueza del Bolchevique”, which was a critical and commercial success. The film was nominated for several Goya Awards (the Spanish equivalent of the Oscars) and won the Best New Director award at the Spanish Film Academy.

Gassió followed up his success with the film “Los Ilusos” in 2010, which received positive reviews from critics. The film was also nominated for several Goya Awards, including Best Director.

Gassió has since gone on to direct several other feature films, including “Las cosas del querer” (2011) and “El hombre de las mil caras” (2014). He also directed the television series “Una historia privada” (2007), which was well-received by critics.

Gassió is known for his unique visual style, which combines elements of realism and surrealism. He often uses non-linear narrative structures in his work, and likes to explore themes of love, loss, identity, and loneliness.

Gassió has been praised by critics for his ability to bring a unique and personal vision to his films. He has also been praised for his ability to create complex and layered filmic worlds that explore the human condition.

Gassió continues to be one of the most interesting and innovative filmmakers in Spain. He is currently working on his latest film, which is set to be released in 2017.

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