Alex Lafuente



Alex Lafuente, graduate in Audiovisual Communication at the Ramon Llull University (Barcelona) and in Film & Entertainment Business at UCLA (Los Angeles), has worked in film distribution and production. In 2012, he and Rosana Tomás produced the film La novia (The Bride) by Paula Ortiz, which was nominated for 12 Goya Prizes and won the Feroz Prize for best film in 2015. In 2013, he founded the independent cinema distributor Bteam Pictures with Lara P. Camiña and Ania Jones distributor of, among others, Lady Macbeth by William Oldroyd and Una mujer fantástica (A Fantastic Woman) by Sebastián Lelio (Oscars 2018 - Best “Foreign Language Film”). As producer, in addition to La Novia (The Bride), he has produced Entre Dos Aguas (Between two waters), by Isaki Lacuesta, winner of the Golden Shell in San Sebastian Film Festival 2018; La Hija de un Ladrón (A Thief’s Daughter), the first film by Belén Funes which won Best Actress in San Sebastian 2019 and premiered internationally at London BFI; and Las niñas (Schoolgirls), debut film by Pilar Palomero, coproduced by Inicia Films (Summer 1993). He is currently developing three new projects: Nely Reguera’s El Nieto (The Grandson) in co-production with Fasten Films; Bluebeard, and adaptation of Charles Perrault classic tale, to be directed by Paula Ortiz with Edgar Ramírez and Laia Costa in the lead roles; and Teresa, a modern biopic of Saint Teresa of Jesus, to be directed also by Ortiz.

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