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Tony Morales was born in Málaga (Spain).

In 2014 he shot his first short film, “Ku”, with which he obtained 11 international selections.

His second short film, “Hada”, achieves more than 270 selections and 70 international awards, including: Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, Telluride Horror Show, Fantasporto and NYC Horror Film Festival.

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.

In 2020 he shot, “Abracitos“, whose world premiere was at the Fantasia International Film Festival and it ” American Premiere ” at the Fantastic Fest

Abracitos has had one of the best starts of a short film in horror genre festivals of the last decade, apart from those already mentioned, it’s worth highlighting: Screamfest Horror Film Festival, The Overlook Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, etc.

Abracitos has been nominated several times for the Melies D’Argent.

His latest work, “Alicia“, is Tony Morales’ most complex project to date. It had its “World Premiere” at the A Night of Horror International Film Festival and its “American Premiere” at the HorrOrigins Film Festival.

Alicia is currently in distribution for the world’s best horror and fantasy genre festivals. 

Tony Morales is represented by Chris Sablan (Avenue 220) and Scott Henderson (CAA).