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Klaazor Editor
Inteligente Director
H.A.M. Cinematographer


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 2018 Are you an idiot? (TV Movie) (completed)
 2017 Arsenic (Short) (completed)
 2017 Gypsy Thieves (Short) (completed)
 2017/III Innocence (Short) (completed)
  This Is It (Short) (completed)
 2017 Melanie (Short) (co-editor)
 2017 Kumal (Short)
 2017 Honey (TV Mini-Series)
 2017 Under the Pieces (Short)
 2017 Trace (Short)
 2017 Beyond Cornfield Street (Short)
 2017/II August (Short)
 2016 The Guilt List (Short)
 2016 The Good Memory (Short) (edited by)
 2016 Under Water: Dive Deep (Short)
 2016 Klaazor (Short)
 2016 Dustin & Toilet (Short)
 2016 Torn (TV Movie)
 2016/III Daisy (Short)
 2016/I Not Yet
 2016 Addison Lane (Short)
 2015/V The Confession (Short)
 2015 Today Is for You (Short)
 2015 Check Mate? (Short)
 2015 Dog Day Morning (Short)
 2015 3 in a Row (Short)
 2014 Osito Goody (Short)
 2013 Víctimas (Short) (edited by)
 2012 Cuestabajo: No soy tu bandera (Video short)
 2011 Rebelación: Con tu luz (Video)
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Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (2 credits)
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