WANDA FILMS was founded by José María Morales in 1992. His brother Miguel Morales became partner of the company later on.
Wanda Films it is a company specialized in production and distribution of Spanish, European and Latin-American films. In 1997 WANDA VISION was created, participated 50/50 between Wanda Films and Rem Vision.
In these 26 years the company has become a benchmark for high-quality films.
Wanda has produced and co-produced more than 75 feature films by Directors such as Fernando Perez (LA VIDA ES SILBAR, SUITE HABANA, MADRIGAL, ÚLTIMOS DÍAS EN LA HABANA), Arturo Ripstein (PROFUNDO CARMESÍ, ASÍ ES LA VIDA, LAS RAZONES DEL CORAZÓN, MANO A MANO,LA CALLE DE LA AMARGURA), Lucrecia Martel (LA CIENAGA), Carlos Sorín (HISTORIAS MÍNIMAS, BOMBÓN – EL PERRO, EL CAMINO DE SAN DIEGO, LA VENTANA), Luis Puenzo (LA PUTA Y LA BALLENA), Juan Pablo Rebella & Pablo Stoll (WHISKY), Goran Paskaljevic (MIDWINTER NIGHT’S DREAM, OPTIMISTS), Costa Gavras (LE COUPERET), Daniel Burman (TODAS LAS AZAFATAS VAN AL CIELO, EL ABRAZO PARTIDO, DERECHO DE FAMILIA, EL NIDO VACIO), Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha (GUADALQUIVIR, CANTÁBRICO, DEHESA), Lucía Puenzo (XXY, EL NIÑO PEZ, THE GERMAN DOCTOR – WAKOLDA), Claudia Llosa (MADEINUSA, LA TETA ASUSTADA, ALOFT), Gerardo Olivares (LA GRAN FINAL, 14 KILÓMETROS, ENTRELOBOS, EL FARO DE LAS ORCAS, 4 LATAS), Jaime Rosales (LA SOLEDAD, TIRO EN LA CABEZA, SUEÑO Y SILENCIO, HERMOSA JUVENTUD, PETRA).
PANTERAS, THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF THE BIG CATS 2021
Genre: Natural History Feature Film & series of 8 episodes
Director: Andoni Canela
A Feature documentary film and 8 episodes of 1 hour dedicated to one of the Big Cats around the world.
FOREST OF THE IBERIAN LYNX, DEHESA 2020
Genre: Natural History Feature Film
Director: Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha
Screenplay: Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha
A rather unique forest is found in the Iberian Peninsula, one which occupies nearly a third of the wooded area and whose biodiversity of landscape is truly extraordinary. The name given to this cleared Mediterranean forest is Dehesa and its distinct ecosystem cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Hundreds of years ago, medieval society lived surrounded by forests. But small towns and villages were frequently attacked. To avoid these ambushes, people decided to do away with parts of the forest so they culled many of its trees and eradicated its brush. The name Dehesa appears to have come from the clearing of the forest as defense. The Dehesa model slowly made its way to many other areas of the Iberian Peninsula and the oak, cork and gall oak trees have helped shape a distinctly Iberian forest, known for balancing its livestock, farming and forestry with its wildlife to perfection.