Fernando León de Aranoa
26.05.1968, Madrid, Spain
Aranoa, Spanish screenwriter and director, began his career with the short film Sirenas (1994). Afterwards he made the feature films Familia (1996) and Barrio (1998), as well as the documentary Caminantes (2001). He won several awards: as best debutant in 1997 in Peńíscola and 1998 in Sant Jordi, in 1996 in Valladolid, and in 1998 he received a Goya award as best young director. In 2003, he received another Goya as best director for his drama Los Lunes al sol (2002). He also directed the film Princesas (2005) and a segment Buenas noches, Ouma in the omnibus Invisibles (2007). His latest films are Amador (2010), A Perfect Day (Cannes Directors’ Fortnight 2015), Loving Pablo (2017) and The Good Boss (2021).