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LUIS PRIETO (Director) is a Spanish-born filmmaker who is internationally respected for making movies and television shows that are reflective of true slices of life. He is best known for directing the 2012 remake Pusher, adapted from Nicolas Winding Refn's original (1996) and starring Richard Coyle. His award-winning short film Bamboleho won over 45 international prizes, including Best Short at the 2002 Tribeca Film Festival. Prieto has also directed the features Condon Express, Ho voglia di te and Meno male che ci sei.

In addition to his work in features, Prieto has directed episodes of television shows including "Code Black," starring Marcia Gay Harden and Rob Lowe; "StartUp," starring Martin Freeman; and the cult zombie series "Z Nation."

Most recently, Prieto directed the documentary The Disunited States of America, offering insight into the lives and minds of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supporters in the months leading up to the 2016 election. He is currently in production on the TV show "The Oath," starring Sean Bean.

Prieto graduated from California Institute of the Arts.


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