MARTA: MARTA NIETO
MOTHER: BLANCA APILÁNEZ
IVÁN: ÁLVARO BALAS
POLICE: MIRIAM CORREA
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: MARTA GARCÍA LARRIU, MARÍA DEL PUY ALVARADO, CLARA NIETO & RODRIGO SOROGOYEN
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NACHO LAVILLA
LINE PRODUCER: MARTA GARCÍA LARRIU
PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: MARÍA HENCHE & PERE CAPOTILLO
SECOND PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: PABLO DE LA FUENTE & MARÍA POSADA
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: ÁLEX DE PABLO (A.E.C)
STEADYCAM OPERATOR: ÁLVARO CARLA
FOCUS PULLER: GIUSSEPE TRUPPI
CAMERA ASSISTANTS: GONZALO MARTÍN & ALBERTO HIDALGO
DIT: LUCAS CORTONDO
DIRECT SOUND: ROBERTO FERNÁNDEZ
SOUND ASSISTANT: JAIME LARDIES
POST PRODUCTION SOUND: ROBERTO FERNÁNDEZ
HEAD ELECTRICIAN: FERNANDO BELTRÁN
ELECTRICIANS: JOSE LUIS MOLERO & JORGE SACRISTÁN
GENERATOR OPERATOR: ALEJANDRO SÁNCHEZ
ART DIRECTOR: LORENA PUERTO
COSTUMER DESIGN: ANA LÓPEZ
MAKE-UP: ISABEL MORALES
EDITING: ALBERTO DEL CAMPO
EDITING ASSISTANT: VICTORIA LAMMERS
ORIGINAL FILM SCORE: OLIVIER ARSON
HEAD OF FILM AND TV DEPARTMENT: MARÍA JOSÉ MARTÍN
COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS : SILVIA TORRALBA
DIGITAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR: ISIDRO JIMÉNEZ & DANIEL DE MADRID
POST-PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: DAVID VELÁZQUEZ & DAVID MORENO
LEAD DIGITAL COMPOSITOR: DANIEL DE MADRID
DIGITAL COMPOSITOR: RAMÓN CERVERA
DIGITAL COLOR GRADING: JAVIER DELGADO
CONFORM EDITOR: JAVIER LÓPEZ CASADO
GRAPHICS: JESSICA POVEDA
Rodrigo Sorogoyen studied screenplay writing at Madrid’s ECAM film school and began working at a very young age as a scriptwriter on television series.
Aged just 25, he co-directed the feature film “8 CITAS”. Following this, he began working as a scriptwriter and director for the production company Isla de Babel on TV series such as “Impares”, “La Pecera de Eva”, “Frágiles”, and "Rabia".
In 2011, he set up Caballo Films along with three other partners and finance was raised for the feature film STOCKHOLM, the screenplay of which was written by Isabel Peña and Sorogoyen himself, who also directed. The picture would go on to become one of the revelations of the year. Financed by crowdfunding, the film received excellent reviews and won numerous awards such as three prizes at the Malaga Film Festival (including Best Director and Best Debut Screenplay) three medals from the Circle of Spanish Cinema Writers (including best directorial debut) Spanish film critics Feroz Prize for best drama of 2013, as well as a Goya for best debut performance by an actor at the 2014 national Goya awards. Rodrigo Sorogoyen also received a nomination for Best First Time Director in the same awards.
Sorogoyen’s next feature film, the thriller co-written with Isabel Peña “QUE DIOS NOS PERDONE”, produced by Tornasol and Atresmedia, premiered in 2016. The film, starring Antonio de la Torre and Roberto Álamo, soon became one of the cinema sensations of the year, receiving great reviews and scooping the Jury Prize for Best Screenplay at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, as well as the Goya For Best Male Performance for Roberto Álamo.
In 2017, Rodrigo Sorogoyen premiered the short film “MADRE”, which has gone on to win more than 100 prizes at national and international festivals, becoming the most talked about short film of the year. Among the most important awards were the First Prize at the Miami Festival, Best Short film at the Oaxaca Filmfest, the Audience Awards at the New York City Short Film Fest and the Houston Latino Film Festival, while in Spain it scooped the two most important prizes: the Goya Prize for Best Short and Forqué Prize for Best Short, both in the category of Fiction.
In the meantime, Rodrigo Sorogoyen also shot the feature film “EL REINO”, produced by Tornasol and Atresmedia, again co-written with Isabel Peña and starring Antonio de la Torre. The film bowed at the San Sebastian International Film Festival to rave reviews and a warm welcome from the public.
The film has currently received 13 Goya Award nominations, more than any other competing film, with the national award ceremony to be held in February 2019.
In October 2018, Sorogoyen shot his latest feature film on location in France, MADRE, the continuation of the short film of the same name. It is a Spanish-French coproduction starring Marta Nieto, Jules Porier and Alex Brendemühl. The film is currently in post-production, and is scheduled for an autumn 2019 release.