Angel Gracia is a Spanish-American producer, director, and photographer.
He serves as the President and co-founder of Creative Tank, a production company specializing in Film, TV, and content production.
In 2023, Angel produced and directed the George Lopez movie titled "How The Gringo Stole Xmas," co-starring Jack Kilmer and Emily Tosta, and initiated pre-production for the reality series "American Honey," both in collaboration with Lionsgate. Additionally, he is producing the film "Grayer," which stars Alex Pettyfer and Don Johnson, directed by Jesse V. Johnson. In 2022 Angel produced the movie King Of Killers, starring Frank Grillo and Stephen Dorf, also a Lionsgate release.
For over a decade, Angel was a partner, executive producer and director at Ridley Scott and Associates (RSA). His global advertising experience has garnered him numerous national and international awards, including several Cannes Festival honors.
Angel's debut feature, "From Prada To Nada," a Lionsgate film, secured two Alma Awards and two Imagen Awards, encompassing categories like Favorite Movie, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actress.
His career commenced with a Student Academy Award triumph for his experimental short film, "The Three Cornered Hat," followed by a victory in MTV's inaugural music video contest for Madonna's "True Blue" single. This achievement earned him an Emmy and propelled the video to become one of the network's most requested.
Angel has collaborated with Fortune 500 brands including Google, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Mercedes, Honda, Toyota, Ford, VW, Dodge, MasterCard, Coors, ING, Schweppes, and Snickers. Some of these campaigns featured celebrities such as Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz, Val Kilmer, Terry Crews, Sofia Vergara, Hugh Laurie, Shaquille O'Neal, Eugenio Derbez, and Monica Barbaro.
2010 - present
2010 - present