ABOUT NOSTROMO PICTURES
ABOUT NOSTROMO PICTURES
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” (directed by Rodrigo Cortés and starring Ryan Reynolds), Adrián Guerra and Núria Valls founded Nostromo Pictures in 2010, which has produced numerous films, including “Red Lights” (2012) by Rodrigo Cortés with Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro, “Grand Piano” (2013) by Eugenio Watch scripted by Damien Chazelle and starring Elijah Wood and John Cusack, the Spanish hits “Palmeras en la nieve” (2015) and the adaptations of the trilogy of the Baztán by Fernando González Molina, “The invisible guest” (2016) written and directed by Oriol Paulo, “Down a dark hall” (2018) by Rodrigo Cortés with AnnaSophia Robb and Uma Thurman as protagonists; “Paradise Hills”(2019) by Alice Waddington or the miniseries “Midas’s Favorites” (2020) by Mateo Gil.
In 2021 they released “Love gets a room” by Rodrigo Cortés with great recognition of critics, and, in early 2022, the success “Through my window” on Netflix, which managed to be the third most viewed non-English language film in its first 28 days. They is currently working on the post-production of the Spanish spin-off of the acclaimed film Netflix’s “Bird box” and the sequel to “Through My Window” —titled “Through the sea”—as well as in the pre-production of “Rich flu” the new movie Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia (“The Platform”) and Mario Casas’ debut film, “My loneliness has wings”.
In its next releases we can find the series “Santo” by the creator Carlos López that will arrive on Netflix on September 16 and the long-awaited “God crooked Lines” by Oriol Paulo, which will hit theaters on October 7 after going to the festival of San Sebastian.
Their theater section, Nostromo Live, is also noteworthy. Since 2017 they has produced the musicals “Next to Normal”, “La Cage Aux Folles” and “Little Shop of Horrors”, the last two together with the direction of Àngel Llàcer and Manu Guix. With this same tandem, in September 2021 he premieres the adaptation of the film “Singing in the rain”, a classic of the musical genre that becomes a box office success in Barcelona and will be released shortly at the Apollo Theater of Madrid.
In 2019 they founded Orca Studios, a virtual production and visual effects studio with offices in Las Palmas to take advantage of the possibilities offered by the countryside innovator of virtual production today.
In the field of cinema, they have 19 nominations for the Gaudí Awards and more than 35 nominations from the Spanish Film Academy (Goya Awards), Feroz, Sant Jordi and Melies among others. In addition, their films have premiered at renowned festivals. such as the Toronto Film Festival (“Buried”), San Sebastián (“The Invisible Guardian”), Venice (“Wasp Network”), Sundance (“Red Lights”, “Paradise Hills”) and the Sitges Fantastic Festival (“Legacy in the bones”, “Paradise Hills”).
In the field of theatrical production, the awards received at the prestigious Butaca awards (4 awards for “La Cage Aux Folles” and 4 for “Little Shop of Horrors”, including best musical) and theater critics awards (1 award for Best Musical Actor for “La Cage Aux Folles). Lastly, in the field of television fiction, it has been nominated for Best Production at the Television Academy Iris Awards in 2021 for “Midas’ Favorites”.