Passion for Media and Entertainment- Roberto Santiago
People love creativity in all areas, including fashion, television programs, and in the books we read. It needs a lot of knowledge and passion for being creative. Several individuals have been able to give their best when it comes to being creative, and their creations have been recognized worldwide.
Roberto Santiago is very passionate about the media, and he has been showing continuous efforts to create the best movies, television programs, as well as writing books. Mr. Roberto was born in Madrid in 1968. After his High School graduation, he decided to pursue what he loved most, image and sounds at the University Complutense the Madrid de Madrid, and he also studied Library Creation at the School of Letters of Madrid.
After his graduation from the University, Roberto Santiago went ahead to secure a job as a television screenwriter, and editor for advertising agencies in Madrid. Roberto is also a producer who has published several video clips. Roberto Santiago directed his first film in 1999, a movie which was shown at Cannes Film Festivals. He is considered to be a go-getter, and his efforts to make big in the media industry did not stop there. Instead, he went ahead to direct Happy men in 2001. The movie, Happy Men premiered at the Spanish Film Festival of Malaga. Roberto Santiago has premiered several other movies and films including; 2005 the longest penalty in the world, a movie that did well and was nominated to Goya as the best-adapted screenplay. In 2007 Roberto got yet another opportunity to direct the suicides club and several other films that have made significant in the entertainment industry. Read more articles on portaldolitoralpb.com
Mr. Roberto is also a writer who has published various books including children’s books that have been translated into different language. His first novel was El ladron de mentiras. He has also been honored and was a finalist for the prize El Barco de Vapor, and he won the Edebe prize for children. Roberto Santiago has also collaborated with several other screenwriters to produce and direct films, television programs, and series. Roberto’s efforts and passion have led him also to write scripts for theater; he has written several scripts that have been shown and played in theaters all over the world. Some of the theater scripts he has written include; Naked, Happiness of a woman, Topos, Say No, and Lady Chatterley’s Mole which is based on real life events. Roberto Santiago has also been honored for the theater films.