Nostromo Pictures is one of the leading Spanish production companies in the development, production and financing of high-quality content.
After the success of "Buried" (2010), directed by Rodrigo Cortés and starring Ryan Reynolds, Adrián Guerra and Núria Valls founded Nostromo Pictures, which produced numerous films, including "Red Lights" (2012), directed by Rodrigo Cortés, with Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, and Robert De Niro; "Grand Piano" (2013), directed by Eugenio Mira, with Elijah Wood and screenplay by Damien Chazelle; "Down a Dark Hall" (2018), directed by Rodrigo Cortés, with AnnaSophia Robb and Uma Thurman, and the Spanish hits “Palm threes in the Snow” and "The Baztán Trilogy" by Fernando González Molina, or "The Invisible Guest" (2016), directed by Oriol Paulo. In 2021, they released "Love Gets a Room” directed by Rodrigo Cortés, which received critical acclaim and public recognition. A year later, they released the film adaptation of the Wattpad bestseller "Through My Window" (2022), as well as the series "Santo," created by Carlos López (both for Netflix), and the box office success “God’s Crooked Lines” directed by Oriol Paulo.
Currently, they have the upcoming releases of "Bird Box Barcelona" and the sequel to "Through My Window" titled "Through the Sea," and they are working on the post-production of Mario Casas' debut film, "My Loneliness Has Wings," and the new film by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia ("The Platform"), titled "Rich Flu," starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Our productions have participated in the main international festivals: Sundance, Toronto, San Sebastian and Venice.
Thanks to these productions, we have won numerous national and international awards.