JORGE NEBRA (Zaragoza, España. 1973)
Jorge began to exhibit his photographs nationally when he was 17 years old.
He studied graphic design and after completing his studies in Huesca, decided to focus his future in the direction of the world of cinema.
Postgraduate at the university of Zaragoza. Jorge Nebra starts works on his first commercial projects.
In 1996 he shoots his first fiction short movie called “El coleccionista”.
He then moves to Madrid where he studies at the RTVE official institute. At the same time he continues working with several production companies.
In 1998 he travels to Cuba to the International Film School and completes his specialization in Direction of Photography. On returning to Spain the first intentions of shooting Habanece arise.
In 1998 he shoots, also in Cuba, his second fiction short, “La Espera”.
The following year he begins to develop the script for “Habanece” and also shoots his third short “Don Quijote de la Marcha” along with the universal artist, Manolo Kabezabolo.
Nebra continues working for different production companies and agencies and its in 2000 when he moves back to Cuba and starts to work freelance. At the same time he continues his studies completing a Story Board course at the Cuban National Artist and Writers Union.
Finally in 2001 Jorge Nebra shoots “HABANECE”. The film is premiered after two years of post-production in 2003 at the FCZ.
At, present, Nebra continues his work in film direction and publicity. Having made several national documentaries for digital TV networks, videoclips and TV adverts.
He is now immersed in several projects. He is currently working as Director of Photography for “CROMOS” by Jose A. Delgado and the logical pre production of his second film, to be shot in 2007 if all goes well.
Next Nebra´s feature film "Ángel" will be avaliable at the end of 2009.