Tony Morales was born in Málaga. Studied Film and Video Production in Madrid (I.E.S. La Arboleda). Lover of genre cinema since very young age.
In 2014 he shot his first short film, “Ku”, with which he obtained 11 international selections.
His second short film, “Hada”, achieves more than 260 selections and 60 international awards, including: Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, Telluride Horror Show, Fantasporto, NYC Horror Film Festival, Nightmares Film Festival, Les Enfants terribles, Comicpalooza Film Festival and FilmQuest.
At the end of 2016, he shot “Do we play?”, a 3-minute short film to participate in an edition of the Notodo Film Fest.
In 2017 he went back to behind the cameras and filmed the legendary CreepyPasta “Black Eyed Child”, whose world premiere was held in the prestigious Fantasporto, had a great tour of festivals with more than 90 selections and more than 20 international awards. Selections at Screamfest and Sitges should be highlighted.
His latest work, “Abracitos“, is Tony Morales’ most complex to date. It will have its “World Premiere” at the Fantasia International Film Festival and its “American Premiere” at the Fantastic Fest.
“Would Feel Right at Home Within the Insidious Universe” is how the “Black Eyed Child” article begins in the famous American magazine Dread Central.
His latest work, “Abracitos“, is Tony Morales’ most complex to date.