Angel Gracia is a Spanish-American producer, director, photographer, and entrepreneur.
He is the President of Creative Tank Inc., a production company specializing in film, TV, and content production, and a partner at The Creative Development Team, a development and design company focusing on designing and running film and TV studios.
Currently, Angel is directing the George Lopez movie "How The Gringo Stole Xmas" and producing the reality series "American Honey," both for Lionsgate. He is also in pre-production of the film "Grayer," starring Alex Pettyfer and Don Johnson, directed by Jesse V. Johnson, and the film "In Another Life," starring Frank Grillo and Andy Garcia. In 2022, Angel produced "King of Killers," an action movie starring Frank Grillo and Stephen Dorff.
Angel spent over a decade as a partner, executive producer, and director at Ridley Scott and Associates (RSA). His experience in advertising worldwide earned him numerous national and international awards, including several Cannes Festival awards.
Angel's first feature, "From Prada To Nada," a Lionsgate film, won two Alma Awards and two Imagen Awards, including Favorite Movie, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actress.
His career started when he won a Student Academy Award for his experimental short film, "The Three Cornered Hat," followed by MTV's first music video contest for Madonna's "True Blue" single, which won an Emmy and became one of the network's most requested videos.
Angel has worked for Fortune 500 brands such as Google, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Mercedes, Honda, Toyota, Ford, VW, Dodge, MasterCard, Coors, ING, Schweppes, and Snickers, as well as celebrities Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz, Val Kilmer, Terry Crews, Sofia Vergara, Hugh Laurie, Eugenio Derbez, George Lopez, and Shaquille O'Neal.
2010 - present
2010 - present