Mitxel Gaztambide is a scriptwriter for film and television. He has participated in the writing of a dozen feature films, including Vacas, by Julio Medem, La caja 507, La vida mancha and No habrá paz para los malvados (for which he won a Goya) by Enrique Urbizu, Chatarra, by Félix Rotaeta, El idioma imposible, by Rodrigo Rodero, and Petra by Jaime Rosales. He has also worked on television series (Gigantes, La línea invisible, Libertad) for Mediaset and Movistar. He has extensive teaching experience and, in addition to his work at the EQZE, has also taught a Master's course in scriptwriting and directing at the Escac, a Master's course in scriptwriting at the University of Navarra, a Master's in scriptwriting at the International Menéndez Pelayo University (Valencia) and a Master's in film and television at the Carlos III University in Madrid. He has given scriptwriting classes and master-classes at Bande à part (Barcelona), CECC (Barcelona), Pompeu y Fabra University (Barcelona), Gandía University, the Valencia Polytechnic University, Carlos III University (Madrid), Larrotxene (Intxaurrondo, Gipuzkoa), the SAROBE film school (Urnieta, Guipuzkoa), the Juan de Antxieta Scriptwriting School (Bilbao), Lycée René Cassin (Bayonne, France), SGAE (Valencia, Bilbao, Barcelona, Madrid, Zaragoza), DAMA Tutorial (Madrid), and Carolina-Ibermedia Foundation Tutorial (Madrid), among others. He directed the short film Hombre sin hombre (2002) and is the author of various collections of poems, including Ternura blindada and Moscas en los incunables.
Last update of this profile: 2021