Benito ZAMBRANO (1965, Spain) attended the International Juan de Los Baños Film School in Havana, Cuba. He made several short films and wrote two scripts before he made his début as a feature director with the internationally successful Solas (1999). He went on to make a miniseries for television. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Spain nominated his film The Sleeping Voice (2011) for the Academy Awards for Best Picture.
Para què sirve un río? (1991, short), Los que se quedaron (1993, short), Tres minutos para la fama (1993, short), Silencios (1994, short), El encanto de la luna Ilena (1994, short), Solas (1999), Habana Blues (2005), La voz dormida/The Sleeping Voice (2011)