Antonio Trashorras (Madrid, 1969) is a director, producer and screenwriter and Spain TV.
He holds a degree in Economics and business and journalism. He has worked in film and television since 1992. He has been involved in management, production and of screenwriting series Los Serrano and the Commissioner, TV films like play to kill by Isidro Ortiz, entertainment variety of formats, such as The Chanante hour, will not +, D-Calle and Spanish version, among others, and scripts for films like the Devil’s backbone of Guillermo del Toro, Ibon Cormezana Los totenwackers and Gonzalo Tapia Lena. It has also been coordinator of special programs for Canal Plus, director of content from paramount comedy, film critic of frame magazine and the newspaper El País, and head of the Drive TV producer development.
After its passage by BocaBoca productions as director of the area of fiction, currently is responsible for contents production company Hill Valley in Muchachada nui or time of José Mota. It is also the author of the argument of the feature film Camp Flipy.