More than 170 films produced and several series, short films and documentaries.

Founded in 1987 by Gerardo Herrero and Javier López Blanco, with Mariela Besuievsky joining as a partner in 1999.

Their films have won numerous awards. Highlights include “The Secret in Their Eyes” by Juan José Campanella (Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 2010), “The Last Circus” by Álex de la Iglesia, which won the Silver Lion for Best Director and the Osella for Best Screenplay at the 67th Venice Film Festival. In 2019 they received a total of 10 Goya Awards for “The Realm” by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, “A Twelve-Year Night” y “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”. In 2023, the film “Under therapy” by Gerardo Herrero was awarded the Silver Biznaga Special Jury Prize at the Málaga Film Festival.

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His career in series began with “Four Season in Havana” (Platino Award for Best Ibero-American series). The series “Ana Tramel. All in”, a co-production with RTVE, DeAPlaneta and ZDF Enterprises (Germany) was selected for the Monte-Carlo Television Festival. Now available on netflix. Upcoming releases include the series “Detective Touré”, a co-production with DeAPlaneta, RTVE and EITB that will premiere soon on RTVE.

Gerardo Herrero

FILM PRODUCER, SCREENWRITER AND DIRECTOR

Madrid. Law Degree from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Studied Political Sciences and Film at UC Berkeley. Since, 1986, he has produced many feature films, documentaries and series.

He has produced works by directors such as Alain Tanner (Switzerland), Adolfo Aristaráin and Juan José Campanella (Argentina), Manoel Oliveira (Portugal), Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío (Cuba), Bigas Luna, Mariano Barroso, Gracia Querejeta, Rodrigo Sorogoyen (Spain), Ken Loach and Terry Gilliam (UK), Arturo Ripstein (Mexico), among others.

From 1994 to 2024, he has directed 21 feature films. His feature film “Friends Have Reasons was part of Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama section and won the Special Jury Prize at the Valladolid Film Festival. In 2005, he was awarded the Biznaga for Best Director at the Málaga Film Festival for “Heroína”. At the same festival, he was also awarded the Golden Biznaga for Best Film for “Rough Winds” in 2006 and the Silver Biznaga Special Jury Prize for “Under Therapy” in 2023. His latest feature, the spy thriller “Raqa” will be released soon.

He has been President of the FAPAE and Secretary General of FIPCA. He has also presided over the Spanish Film Academy. He is the director of the “Curso de Desarrollo de Proyectos Cinematográficos de España” since 2003.

In 2013, he was awarded the Gold Medal by EGEDA in recognition for his trajectory as producer in Spanish cinema. In October 2022 he received the ASICOM-University of Oviedo Ibero-American Award, and in April 2023 he received the RNE Rosa de Sant Jordi Industry Award.

Mariela Besuievsky

FILM AND SERIES PRODUCER

Uruguay. She graduated from the EMAD and studied film at the EICTV (Cuba). Her first film as a producer was Pablo Dotta’s debut feature film “El Dirigible”, the first Uruguayan film to participate in the Cannes Film Festival’s Critics Week, in 1994.

Her film credits include over 150 films and series as Producer and Executive Producer, including: “The Secret in Their Eyes” the film directed by Juan José Campanella that won the Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film, “The Last Circus”, Silver Lion in Venice 2010, “The Oxford Murders” by Alex de la Iglesia, “Tetro” by Francis Ford Coppola, “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” by Terry Gilliam…

Mariela has taught at the EICTV in Cuba and is currently a tutor at the Executive Production Master at the ECAM and at the Master in Audiovisual and Cinematographic Industry at the Carlos III University in Madrid. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), and the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain. She is in the Board of Directos of AECINE, a member of the Council of EPC (European Producers Club) and a member of FIPCA. She has been a member of the jury of the Short Film Section of the Berlin International Film Festival, of the Official Selection of San Sebastian Film Festival and of the Eurimages Award of the Berlinale Co-Production Market, among others.

In 2017, the miniseries“Four Seasons in Havana” won the Platino Award for Best Ibero-American Miniseries. From 2019 to 2021, she was the Executive Producer of the Documentary Miniseries “Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta?” and “The Photographer: Murder in Pinamar” both on Netflix. In 2021 the series “Ana Tramel. All in” was broadcast on RTVE. Upcoming releases include the series “Detective Touré”.