Hugo Stuven is one of the most promising and talented directors in the Spanish film scene. ANOMALOUS is his debut as a feature length film director and screenwriter. Shot in English in between New York and Barcelona. An unsettling, psychological thriller starring Lluis Homar, Christy Escobar, Edgar Fox, Adria Arjona and Ben Temple. The film has received awards in New York, Houston, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Spain. SOLO is his second feature film and stars Alain Hernández, Aura Garrido and Ben Temple. A survival drama based on a true story and shot in its entirety in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. The film had its world Premiere at the 21st Malaga Film Festival. Distributed by Filmax for commercial theaters, the film has received wide international acclaim following its premiere on NETFLIX. He has published two novels, EL FARO DE LAS LÁGRIMAS PERDIDAS (THE LIGHTHOUSE OF LOST TEARS), with which he was a finalist for the Minotauro Award (the most important International Fantasy and Science Fiction Literature Prize in Spain) and ANOMALOUS, his second novel, based on his first debut film. He is currently shooting a documentary series for AMAZON PRIME VIDEO, after which he will resume two other projects that are ready to go: a film and a fiction series.