Ricardo de Gracia
Graduated in Photography Direction from the School of Cinematography and Audiovisual of the Community of Madrid (ECAM)
He began his career as a television photojournalist and developed a 20-year career that began with news and reports in collaboration with the correspondents of CNN and NBC Spain.
Director of photography and/or cameraman in feature films such as 20 centimeters o Basque pelota and in television fiction series such as the body on fire, Elite, Manhunters, Brothers and detectives, Great reserve, Toledo o Fariña.
After spending time in the US with a Fulbright scholarship to expand his studies in the audiovisual field, he specialized in the documentary field and participated, first as a director of photography and finally as a director, in projects such as Cyber relationships (The Sixth) or A pulse to failure (TVE). With the latter she wins the VI Children's Rights and Journalism Award granted by the Ombudsman for Minors and the Journalists Association of Madrid / APM.
The feature-length documentary premiered at SEMINCI The subtle worlds about the work of Antonio Machado, nominated for best documentary feature film at the Goya.
Subjects and workshops
MASTER IN DIRECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND CAMERA
Awards, mentions and recognitions
Nomination for best documentary feature film at the Goya for "Los mundos subtles"
ASECAN Award for "Planet Asperger"
'History Time' Award at Valladolid International Film Festival for "Planet Asperger"