Kiko de la Rica (born 6 April 1965) is a Spanish cinematographer.[1] He contributed to more than forty films including Sex and Lucia and The Last Circus.

Kiko de la Rica
Born (1965-04-06) 6 April 1965 (age 54)
OccupationCinematographer
Years active1989-present

CareerEdit

De la Rica won the Best Cinematography award for Torremolinos 73 at the Cinespaña Festival in Toulouse.[2] He received nominations for the Goya Award for Best Cinematography for Common Wealth, Sex and Lucia, The Last Circus, and Witching & Bitching, and won the award for Blancanieves in 2013.[3] He also received the Golden Camera 300 award at the Manaki Brothers Film Festival in 2013 for Blancanieves.[4]

FilmographyEdit

  • El reino de Víctor (1989) Short
  • Mirindas asesinas (1991) Short
  • Ana y los Davis (1994) Short
  • Malditas sean las suegras(1994) Short
  • Salto al vacío (1995)
  • Adiós Toby, adiós (1995) Short
  • Pasajes (1996)
  • Marisma (1997) Short
  • Sólo se muere dos veces (1997)
  • Muerto de amor (1997) Short
  • Entre todas las mujeres (1998)
  • Pecata minuta (1998)
  • Ordinary Americans: Americanos cotidianos (1999) Short
  • Carretera y manta (2000)
  • Common Wealth (2000)
  • Sabotage! (2000)
  • Sex and Lucia (2001)
  • Marujas asesinas (2001)
  • Torremolinos 73 (2003)
  • Chill Out! (2003)
  • Football Days (2003)
  • Lo mejor que le puede pasar a un cruasán (2003)
  • Torapia (2004)
  • El Calentito (2005)
  • Días de cine (2007)
  • Guantanamero (2007)
  • Mataharis (2007)
  • The Oxford Murders (2008)
  • 14, Fabian Road (2008)
  • Return to Hansala (2008)
  • Born to Suffer (2009)
  • Parenthesis (Short) (2009)
  • The Last Circus (2010)
  • As Luck Would Have It (2011)
  • Blancanieves (2012)
  • Witching & Bitching (2013)
  • La vida inesperada (2013)
  • Luz con Maestros (2013)
  • Words with Gods (2014) (segment "The Confession")
  • Messi (2014)
  • Francis: Pray for Me (2015)
  • Ma ma (2015)
  • Kiki, Love to Love (2016)
  • Un beso de película (2017) Short
  • Abracadabra (2017)
  • El pelotari y la fallera (2017) Short
  • Sin filtro (2018)
  • El árbol de la sangre (2018)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Anonimo (25 June 2014). "Kiko de la Rica". Efti.es. Retrieved 13 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Kiko de la Rica: "I'm not entirely satisfied with the result of the photograph of 'Snow White' "". audiovisual451.com. Audiovisual451. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
  3. ^ "Kiko de la Rica". efti.es. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
  4. ^ "Golden 'Camera 300' for Spanish cinematographer Kiko de la Rica". falanga.com.au. Retrieved 9 November 2017.

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