Luis Prieto (director)
Prieto at the Opening of Ho Voglia di Te, 2007
|Born||July 10, 1970|
|Occupation||Film director, Writer|
|Notable works||Ho voglia di te|
Prieto was born in Madrid, Spain. He studied economics and photography in Spain and film at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles where he graduated in 1994 with honors from the School of Film and Video.
From 1994 and 1999 Prieto lived in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles where he worked as an editor on short films, commercials and documentaries - including the 1994 Student Academy Award Nominee The Night Voice.
In 2001, Prieto directed the short film Bamboleho, which won over 45 international awards, including Best Short Film at the first edition of Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Festival  and a Special Jury Mention at the 2001 Venice Film Festival.
|2001||Bamboleho||Director, writer, editor|
|2003||Mariposas de Fuego||Director, writer, executive producer|
|2005||Condon Express||Director, Writer|
|2007||Ho voglia di te||Director|
|2009||Meno male che ci sei||Director|
|2014||Z Nation||Director (episodes "Philly Feast", "Home Sweet Zombie")|
|2016||StartUp||Director (episodes "Proof of Concept", "Angel Investor", "Bootstrapped", "Valuation")|
|2016||Code Black||Director (episode 4 season 2)|
|2018||Snatch||Director (episodes "Haymaker", "Good Work for Good Money", "Close Quarters", "Job Done")|
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