Angel Gracia is a Spanish-American Producer, Director and Photographer.
His vast experience in advertising worldwide working for Fortune 500 companies as a director earned him numerous national and international awards, including 4 Cannes Advertising awards, an Emmy, 2 Alma Awards and 2 Imagen Awards. He has directed celebrities such as Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz, Hugh Laurie, Sofia Vergara, Val Kilmer, Terry Crews, Eugenio Derbez and Shaquil O'neal, and worked for international clients such as VW, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Toyota, Ford, Honda, Dodge, Snickers, Schweppes, MasterCard, Coca Cola, Coors, Google and AT&T.
His feature film 'From Prada to Nada', based on Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, won 2 Alma and 2 Imagen awards. It stars Camilla Belle, Alexa Vega, Wilmer Valderrama and Oscar nominated Adriana Barraza, was produced by Gigi Pritzker and Linda McDonough (Drive).
In 2022, he is producing Kevin Grevioux's (Underworld) King Of Killers, followed by directing CRY, a horror trilogy written by Ezequiel Martinez Jr. (Pirates of the Caribbean). He is also the Creative Director at the Super Hero Alliance, an agency creating an educational comic book and TV series about NASA's Artemis Program to return man to the moon.
Angel's short film 'The Dreamer' starring Al Patiño (2019) was an official selection of the New York Lift-Off Film Festival.
His career began when he won a Student Academy Award for his short "The Three Cornered Hat" followed by the first MTV video contest for Madonna's True Blue single.
With an extensive background in Special FXs, Angel began his career directing music videos for bands like for SNAP, Enigma, Daryl Hall, and Jose Feliciano and Heaven 17, which eventually lead him to direct the musical drama TV movie "The Spirit" for BMG Ariola.
In 2015 he directed his first half hour comedy pilot entitled "Table Manners" starring Monica Barbaro (Top Gun).
Angel is a member of the prestigious NBC-Universal Directing Fellowship Program, the Directors Guild Of America and The Academy Of Motion Pictures, Arts, and Sciences.
2010 - present
2010 - present