Daniel Remón (Madrid, 1983) studied Cinema at ECAM (Madrid Cinema School). He
specialized in Documentary Filmmaking and Film Production at Met Film School in
In 2011, he founded TOURMALET. He was one of the producers of the successful
micro-budget feature film “Stockholm”, directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, released in
Germany, Rumania, Mexico, Taiwan and Colombia, sold to NETFLIX and nominated
for three Goya Awards.
He is the writer, director and producer of four short films: “Koala”, “The World”,
“The Carpathians” (pre-selected for the Goya Awards) and “Failure”. His works
have screened and been awarded at different film festivals including Bogotá,
Málaga, Kiev, Leeds and Cinemajove, to name but a few. He also worked in the
production of “Eskiper”, one of the first short films by Pedro Collantes, whom he
met at NISI-MASA Script & Pitch 2010. He is the writer and associate producer of
The Spanish-French coproduction feature film “El Perdido” (“The Lost Man”),
directed by Christophe Farnarier, which opened at the 2016 Malaga Film Festival,
winning three major awards at Zonazine.
He attended Berlinale Talents in 2015 and was recently invited to participate in the
Las Palmas International Film Festival MECAS (market for almost-finished films)
with the Colombian production “Doble Yo”, by Felipe Rugeles, premiered at
Cartagena de Indias and Jihlava.
Daniel is now working in the development of two episodic films: “7 Picos”, a midbudget
film supported by Comunidad de Madrid and directed by seven different
directors (Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Mar Coll, Elena Trapé, Gracia Querejeta, Borja
Cobeaga, Inés París and Lino Escalera) and “Last Minutes”, the debut feature by
Pedro Collantes.