Fernando León de Aranoa

Profession: Director | Screenwriter
Fernando León de Aranoa
Birthdate: May 26, 1968
Age: 55 years
Country: Spain Spain
Horoscope: Gemini


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Fernando León de Aranoa Nominations & Awards


San Sebastián Film Festival



Fernando León de Aranoa is an Spanish Director and Screenwriter. He has won four Goya Awards, an Platino Awards and an San Sebastián International Film Festival. He's known for Mondays in the Sun (2002), Princesas (2005) and Loving Pablo (2017).

All Movies of Fernando León de Aranoa

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  • Sintiéndolo mucho
    A portrait of Joaquín Sabina without his bowler hat, made only inches from his skin, nocturnal and calculated, by his friend, the moviemaker Fernando León de Aranoa. A story like his voice, hoarse, direct and unadorned, narratin...
    | Movie director
    Spain  2022
  • The Good Boss
    Awaiting a visit by a committee that could give his company an award for excellence, the owner of an industrial scales manufacturing business tries to resolve any problems from his workers in enough time.
    Director of the film
    Spain  2021
  • Loving Pablo
    A journalist strikes up a romantic relationship with notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar.
    Director of the film
    Spain  2017
  • A Perfect Day
    A group of aid workers tries to remove a cadaver from a well in a conflict zone. Somebody threw it into the well to spoil the water, so people won’t drink. But the simplest task becomes here an impossible mission where the real ...
    Director of the film
    Spain  2015
  • Invisibles
    The 'invisibles' are all those we refuse to see - people who seldom garner the attention of the West's media - as well as those who nevertheless refuse to stop caring for them. This film is dedicated to all those whose support mak...
    Director of the film
    Spain  2007
  • Princesas
    A middle-class prostitute strikes up an unlikely friendship with an immigrant streetwalker from the Dominican Republic in Madrid. Caye comes from a middle-class background, and her parents remain blissfully unaware of the means by...
    Director of the film
    Spain  2005
  • Mondays in the Sun
    Laid off from the local shipyard, Santa (Bardem) and his friends hang out in a bar, nursing their injured pride and political convictions. Looking out for each other, they survive on a day-to-day basis, but despair lurks around ev
    Director of the film
    Spain  2002