José María González-Sinde (Burgos, 12 October 1941 – died in Pozuelo de Alarcón, 21 December 1992) was a producer, director and screenwriter Spanish.
Begins its relationship to the world of the spectacle of music, working on record companies as Hispavox in the 1960s. After studying at the official film school, begins to focus on the seventh art, producing the film fierce love of José Luis García Sánchez. Early addition, write scripts to José Luis garci as pending subject, in the early morning Solos and green meadows.
As a producer, his involvement in cinema reaches fifty titles, television series, as Pliny and director was behind the camera in Viva the middle class.
In the 1980s he founded the Spain motion picture Sciences and Academy of Arts and directed Telemadrid between 1990 and 1991.
Father of filmmaker and Culture Minister, Ángeles González-sinde.