Juan Vicente Córdoba (Madrid, Spain). As producer, he was the winner in 2011 of the Goya Awards giving by the Film Academy in Spain for the Best Live-Action Short Film “Una Caja de Botones” directed by María Reyes Arias and with “El origen del problema” by Albert Ponte, also he was the winner of the Public Award in the International Film Festival of Clermont Ferrand’s Shorts (France). He is also director, producer and scriptwriter of feature films and shorts.
He has directed the short films “Entre Vías” and “Yo soy de mi barrio” nominated to the Goya Awards and national and internationally multirewarded.
He has directed the feature film “Aunque tú no lo sepas”. It was the World Premiere in the San Sebastian International Film Festival – Donostia Zinemaldia- (Spain). Award for best writing in he the Circle of Cinematographic Writers (Spain), Award Promising Newcomer Director in Cartelera del Turia (Spain), Public Award in Verona Film Festival (Italy), Best Actor Award in the Film Festival of Toulouse (France), among others festival awards.
“Flores de Luna” was his last feature documentary film as director and scriptwriter. It was a World Premiere at the San Sebastien International Film Festival – Donostia Zinemaldia- (Spain). It was selected by several of national and international festivals. It received the prize to the Best Documentary of the year by Cartelera del Turia (Spain), Award Jaén Film Festival (Spain), Luis Buñuel Award to the Cinemetography/ Award Town of Madrid (Spain), among others festival awards.
He also has written and directed the feature film “A golpes”. It was selected in Marrakech International Film Festival (Morocco), Genova International Film Festival (Italy) and Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival, among others festivals.