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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Caso Almeria, El (1984) as Camera Operator

Editing (feature film)

2.
Siempre Hay un Camino a la Derecha (2005)
Two men in love with the same woman are on the verge of suicide when a talk show host comes on the scene and offers them a spot on his program "There is Always a Right Way."
3.
Obra Maestra (2004) as Editor
Aspiring film director Benito, with the help of his actor Carolo, kidnaps famous movie actress Amanda Castro and forces her to star in his Super-8 masterpiece "A World for Us." At first Amanda is unwilling to cooperate and tries to escape. But after her efforts fail, she agrees to appear in the film
4.
Mas Pena Que Gloria (2001) as Editor
From the moment he spots Gloria across a crowded park, 16-year-old David is in love. But, in the struggle to win Gloria's affection, David must navigate the tricky hurdles of high school, suburban Madrid and his own overcrowded family.
5.
Lazaro de Tormes (2001) as Editor
Born into poverty, Lazaro de Tormes spends his young life working to survive. After he's old enough to go out on his own, Lazaro seeks the job of town crier. But a bargain made with a corrupt archpriest lands Lazaro in court, where he must defend himself on charges that are not quite clear.
6.
Adios con el corazon (2000) as Editor
Juan lives alone, earning a living through gambling and by blackmailing his previous lovers. One day Cuban emigre Caty arrives at his doorstep, claiming to be his daughter from a fling 20 years earlier. Caty is looking for Spanish residence and Juan may be able to help, with the aid of his shady fri
7.
Duquesa Roja, La (1997) as Editor
The problematic life of a duchess.
8.
Perro del Hortelano, El (1997)
A comedy about a single-minded noble-woman who follows her heart and not the constricting class rules of her day as she woos a lowly attendant.
9.
Trenvia a la Malvarrosa (1996) as Editor
Based on the semi-fictional memoires of writer Manuel Vincent, the story is set in the 1950's during Franco's reign. The author has just returned to the city of his birth in 1957 after attending boarding school and his father insists that he become a lawyer or a priest. Its off to law school where
10.
Flamenco (1995)
A cinematic homage to the most famous of Spanish dances. Emphasizing the mixture of Gypsy, Arab, Jewish, African and Latin elements that is flamenco, both in song and dance, the film also serves as a celebration of a truly popular culture in an increasingly homogeneous world.
11.
Suspiros de Espana (y Portugal) (1995) as Editor
Brother Clemente, who's peaceful world at the abbey is turned upside down by the death of the Abbot, decides to set off with his pal Brother Liborio to find his recently discovered inheritance.
12.
Tirano Banderas (1993) as Editor
A sweeping epic about a bizarre Latin American tyrant in the 1920s.
13.
Sur, El (1992) as Editor
A man dreams of his own death at his old family home and travels there to recuperate from an injury.
14.
Reina Anonima, La (1992) as Editor
The domestic drudgery of an imaginative but married woman is shot to pieces by the intrusion of an unknown woman, who pretends to be the downstairs neighbor.
15.
Sevillanas (1992) as Editor
Various dancers perform the Sevillanas form of flamenco dance.
16.
Una Mujer Bajo la Lluvia (1992) as Editor
A woman in Spain unknowingly turns down her ideal mate for a conservative but kind husband.
17.
Winter in Lisbon, The (1991) as Editor
A legendary US jazz musician, depressed and disillusioned, escapes to Lisbon to live in seclusion, where he is befriended by an aspiring artist.
18.
Terra Fria (1991) as Editor
A married woman kills her lover with whom she's had a baby, and her husband takes the blame for her.
19.
Noche Mas Larga, La (1991) as Editor
During the last days of Franco's dictatorship, the sister of a boy accused of being part of a terrorist group fights for his life.
20.
Cuentos de Borges I (1991) as Editor
Tales comprise of two stories, one involving a young man who reads Bible stories to his guests and the other about a young man who turns outlaw after given an ultimatum.
21.
Ay, Carmela! (1990) as Editor
Two travelling performers, both Republican supporters, inadvertently cross enemy lines and enter territory controlled by Franco's fascist forces during the last days of the Spanish Civil War.
22.
Ages of Lulu, The (1990) as Editor
A sheltered adolescent loses her virginity to family friend, which propels her on a sexual odyssey.
23.
Vuelo de la Paloma, El (1989) as Editor
The comedic events unfolding in the neighborhood where a film shoot is set to roll.
24.
Marquis d'esquilache, Le (1989) as Editor
The attempts of an 18th century Italianate minister to bring reforms to Spain under the enlightened rule of King Carlos III.
25.
Mar y el Tiempo, El (1989) as Editor
26.
Gallego (1988) as Editor
A Spanish emigre in Cuba reflects on the country he left as a boy.
27.
Lluvia de Otono (1988) as Editor
28.
Pasodoble (1988) as Editor
29.
Ballad of Dogs, The (1987) as Editor
30.
Divinas Palabras (1987) as Editor
An adulterous woman exploits her nephew by forcing him to join a circus.
31.
Via je a Ninguna Parte (1986) as Editor
32.
Redondela (1986) as Editor
33.
Hay Que Deshacer la Casa (1986) as Editor
34.
Mambru Se Fue a la Guerra (1986) as Editor
35.
Rio de Oro, El (1986) as Editor
36.
Corte de Faraon, La (1985) as Editor
37.
Los Paraises Perdidos (1985) as Editor
38.
Feroz (1984) as Editor
39.
Los Zancos (1984) as Editor
40.
Tasio (1984) as Editor
41.
Elisa, Vida Mia (1983) as Editor
Father and daughter reunite after a 20 year separation.
42.
El Sur (1983) as Editor
A young girl living in an isolated Spanish town tries to uncover her father's secret.
43.
Hector (1983) as Editor
44.
Antonieta (1982) as Editor
A French author travels to Mexico to research the life of Antonieta Rivas Mecade, a liberal patroness of the arts who commited suicide in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris in the 1920s.
45.
Bodas de Sangre (1981) as Editor
A flamenco troupe rehearses and performs a flamenco ballet version of Lorca's tragedy in an empty dance studio.
46.
Mama Cumple 100 AƱos (1980) as Editor
47.
48.
Con el culo al Aire (1980) as Editor
49.
Dedicatoria (1980) as Editor
50.
Fast, Fast (1980) as Editor
51.
Los Ojos Vendados (1978) as Editor
54.
Un dios Desconocido, A (1977) as Editor
55.
Mi Primer Pecado (1977) as Editor
57.
Cria! (1976) as Editor
A young girl's fears and superstitions haunt her as an adult.
58.
Hombre Que Supo Amar, El (1976) as Editor
59.
Peticion, La (1976) as Editor
60.
Leonor (1975) as Editor
Richard (Michel Piccolo) is a medieval nobleman. After his first wife dies in an accident and is buried in the family vault, he remarries and has children by his second wife. A mad longing for his first wife Leonor (Liv Ullmann) comes over him, and he sells his soul to the devil for a chance to get her back. But when she returns, she is a murderous vampire.
61.
Ya Soy Mujer (1975) as Editor
62.
Pais S.A. (1975) as Editor
63.
Prima Angelica. La (1973) as Editor
64.
Habla Mudita (1973) as Editor
65.
The Spirit of the Beehive (1973) as Editor
After seeing the classic Frankenstein, two naive young girls go searching for the mad doctor's monster.
66.
Ana Y Los Lobos (1973) as Editor
A proper English governess arrives at an old mansion in Spain, where she quickly becomes the object of the sexual desires of the three sons of a monstrous mother.
67.
Nino Es Nuestro, El (1972) as Editor
68.
Novia Ensangrentada, La (1972) as Editor
A young husband's sexual fantasies frighten his new wife and cause her to seek advice from Carmilla, a descendent of Mircalla de Karnstein. Carmilla seduces the young bride and forces her to commit gory acts of mutilation.
69.
Techo de Cristal, El (1971) as Editor
70.
Adios, Ciguena, Adios (1971) as Editor
71.
Black Beauty (1971) as Editor
Based on the all-time favorite novel by Anna Sewell, Black Beauty is a lyrical tale of the friendship and understanding between a young boy and his colt. Joe Evans and Black Beauty are parted and before their reunion, Beauty passes from owner to owner as a race horse, circus performer, military steed in India, and a worker for a coal merchant.

Special Thanks (feature film)

72.
Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls on the Heap (1980) as Special Thanks
Pepi arranges an affair between a cop's masochistic wife and a singer get back at the cop.

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