Daniel Monzón Jerez (born 1968) is a Spanish film writer and director.
He was born in Palma, Majorca in 1968. He started as a film critic, collaborating with the magazine Fotogramas. He also featured alongside José Luis Guarner as reviewer in the TVE's film show Días de cine. After taking part in the writing of the 1994 film Shortcut to Paradise, he made his debut as feature film director with the film Heart of the Warrior.
He has since directed films such as Celda 211, El Niño, The Kovak Box, Yucatán, and Outlaws.
Awards and nominationsEdit
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|2001||15th Goya Awards||Best New Director||The Heart of the Warrior||Nominated|||
|2010||24th Goya Awards||Best Director||Cell 211||Won|||
|Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated alongside Jorge Guerricaechevarría)||Won|
|2015||29th Goya Awards||Best Director||El niño||Nominated|||
|Best Original Screenplay (nominated alongside Jorge Guerricaechevarría)||Nominated|
|2022||36th Goya Awards||Best Adapted Screenplay (nominated alongside Jorgue Guerricaechevarría)||Outlaws||Won|||
- ^ a b c d Belategui, Oskar (28 January 2015). "Daniel Monzón, enfermo de cine". Diario Sur.
- ^ Cornellà, Albert; Comas, Meritxell (1 October 2020). "Retorn a la Girona de finals dels 70 amb 'Las leyes de la frontera'". Diari de Girona.
- ^ El reconocido Daniel Monzón recogerá mañana en Sagunt el Premio Novembre Negre
- ^ "El corazón del guerrero" (in Spanish). Premios Goya. Retrieved 28 October 2021.
- ^ "Celda 211" (in Spanish). Premios Goya. Retrieved 5 November 2021.
- ^ "El niño" (in Spanish). Premios Goya. Retrieved 5 November 2021.
- ^ Gajewski, Ryan (12 February 2022). "Spain's Goya Awards: Javier Bardem's 'The Good Boss' Named Best Picture". The Hollywood Reporter.