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Marcel Barrena (born 15 October 1981, Barcelona) is a film director, screenwriter, producer and editor.[1]


In 2011 he won the Catalan Academy Award for his movie debut, Cuatro estaciones,[2][3][4] a low budget romantic comedy that was highly appreciated by the public, both in its TV screenings as well as on the Internet. Marcel Barrena is the first director that won Gaudí Award for two different films (for "Cuatro Estaciones" and "Little World" as well). Cuatro Estaciones was the first TV movie to represent Spain at CinemaSpagna Festival[5] in Rome. It also won the Best Movie, Director and FIPRESCI awards at the Festival de Alicante[6] and best TV-Movie at the Catalan Gaudi Festival.[7] Barrena’s second film is the acclaimed documentary Món Petit (Little World).[8][9] The film has been recently awarded with the DOC U Award at IDFA, the most important documentary film festival in the world, and has become the first Spanish movie to get to the 3rd place at the IDFA Audience Award,[10] out of 300 documentaries. Neil Young, from The Hollywood Reporter, defines Little World as “one of my top 10 films of the year.”[11] Little World: Best Documentary at Boulder International Film Festival (2013); Audiencia Award at Norwegian Dok Film Festival... Little World will open commercially in 2013 in Spain. Before that, it will be visiting some of the greatest film festivals around the world.

Little World[permanent dead link] is the most successful Spanish documentary of the year in terms of box office and awards. Won Gaudí Award and it's nominated for the Goya Awards.

"100 metros" is his first fiction movie for cinemas. Starred by the spanish juggernauds Dani Rovira and Karra Elejalde (and Alexandra Jimenez, Maria de Medeiros, David Verdaguer...) the film is one of the most viewed and acclaimed movies in spanish cinema in 2016, and a frontliner in terms of profits. Netflix acquired the international rights for "100 metros" in Cannes Film Festival Market being one of the most important bids of the company in spanish cinema. The movie opened in the spanish box office in the 5th place (a B.O. final of 2 million €), a total success for a movie participated for public spanish broadcast (the second place of the year just after Almodovar's "Julieta") and not distributed for a major, and it was an important success in cinemas in Portugal, Greece and other international territories and all over the world on Netflix.


100 METROS (2016) Gaudí Award for Best Supporting Actress (Alexandra Jiménez) Gaudí Award for Best Supporting Actor (Karra Elejalde) 11 Gaudi Awards Nominations, including Best Picture. Goya Awards Nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Forque Award Nomination for Values in Cinema. National Society of Neurology Special Award.

LITTLE WORLD (2012) Gaudí Award, for the best documentary of the year. Goya Nomination, for the best documentary of the year. Best Documentary: Boulder Film Festival (USA) IDFA 2012: DocU Award; 3rd Audience Award. Norwegian Doc Film Festival: Audience Award. Palm Springs International Film Festival (out of competition). Bradford Film Festival. ZagrebDox (Croatia): Young Jury Award. Fic-Cat, Official Selection. Shanghai International Film Festival- Panorama. Gdansk DokFilm Festival: official Selection.

CUATRO ESTACIONES (2010) Catalan Academy: Best TVMovie of the Year: GAUDÍ. Festival de Alicante: Best Director; Best Film and FIPRESCI Award.


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