Carlos Prieto Cabrera

Trained as an editor at the School of Cinematography and Visual Arts of the University of León, Carlos Prieto began his professional career with the artistic collective Piensan las Manos. In 2005 he moved to Barcelona where he began working as an editor on several documentaries for the TVE programme Documentos TV.

He then continued his freelance career, always closely linked to the world of non-fiction, editing documentary films such as Bicicleta, Cullera, Poma (Goya for Best Documentary – Forqué for Best Documentary – Best Editing Award at the Ceará Film Festival in Brazil), El Reino de Mister Edhi (Silver Fipa 2012 – Télérama Award 2012), Serrat y Sabina, el Símbolo y el Cuate (Special Section San Sebastian Film Festival – Official Section FIGC), Petitet (Audience Award DocsBarcelona Festival and Gaudí Award for Best Documentary), Ciudades a Contraluz (Award for Best Editing at FICG tv) and Balandrau (opening film DocsBarcelona Festival), among many others.

In the world of fiction, he has edited feature films such as La Mort de Guillem (Gaudí Award for Best TV Film) and 13 Dies d’Octubre (Gaudí Award for Best TV Film), among others. He was also nominated for a Feroz Award for the trailer of 10.000 KM and won a Proyecta Award for Best Trailer for Les Amigues de l’Àgata.

He is a founding member of AMMAC.