Paco Torres is a fiction and commercial director who has been working for television, feature films, short films, music videos, documentaries and commercials for more than 2 decades. His craft is his knowledge and he is an inspired, versatile and skilled director. His talent lies in performance, drama, children's, thriller and in mixing extraordinary visual elements. His films vary in style and content, exploring different styles in commercials and being full of humanity and sensitivity in fiction, touching people's emotions. What interests him most in his work today is the possibility of creating real emotions and human stories with real characters, achieving a narrative simplicity for each idea. He believes that his latest works reflect these growing skills as a director and he has the ability, sweat and knowledge to create more remarkable stories. Paco has directed two feature films, The Magic of hope and an experimental feature shot in 14 hours in Ireland, Saol. He has also directed several award-winning short films such as The Rattle of Benghazi, Halowin, which was selected by Lars von Triers for his project Gesamt and Seventy, as well as television programs and more than 200 commercials. His work has screened at more than 200 international film festivals, including Cannes, Rotterdam, Cork, FICG and New York, Malaga, Bilbao, Seville, Huelva and he has received more than 30 awards, including an Amnesty International Award for The Rattle of Benghazi, an ICCL Human Rights Award for The Rattle of Benghazi, a Cannes Corporate Award for Commercial Bank Advertising, and 2 RTVA Awards for The Rattle of Benghazi and Seventy. Torres loves emotional truth in all his work and uses universal codes to engage his audience.