Armando Bo, internationally awarded Argentine screenwriter and filmmaker. He is a collaborator of award-winning Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu. Co-wrote with Nicolas Giacobone “Biutiful”, nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars and Best Film at the Golden Globes in 2009 and then “Birdman”, winner of an Oscar and a Golden Globe for Best Picture of the Year.He is showrunner writer and executive producer of “El Presidente” the Emmy-nominated two-season hit series .His debut feature, The Last Elvis, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 and received multiple awards in San Sebastian, London, France, Korea and Bulgaria. In 2018, he released Animal, his second feature film… Bo, founding partner of the production company About Entertainment, where he develops his fiction projects. He is also co-founder of Rebolución, one of the most awarded advertising production companies globally, which has more than 700 spots, winner of more than 25 Cannes Lions.
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Carlo Padial (Barcelona, 1977) is a film director, writer and screenwriter. He has written and directed the films My Crazy Erasmus (2012), Something Very Fat (2017) and You Are My Movie (2019). He is also the director and co-writer of the fiction series Doctor Portuondo (2021) and the documentary series Crímenes Online (2022). He has published three books, including Doctor Portuondo (2017, Blackie Books), which he recently adapted himself into a series produced by Filmin. The series Doctor Portuondo is currently the most watched series in the history of the Filmin platform. Later this year he will publish his new novel, called Contenido, also with Blackie Books.
He was also a contributor to Late Motiv with Andreu Buenafuente, on Movistar+’s #0 for three seasons, and to APM? From TV3 for two seasons. He has also been video director of Grupo Zeta (El Periódico, Sport, Cuore, etc) and director of PlayGround Originals, and many of his videos have been viral videos of enormous success, such as ‘Quiero ser Negro’, the series of reports dedicated to the ‘Swaggers’, “Go, Ibiza, Go!” or ‘La Vergüenza de Existir’, among others.