Áralan Films is a film production company based in Seville. Founded in 2004 by Marta Velasco and Gonzalo Bendala following the multiple award-winning short film The Bloody Days, they have, since then, consolidated their role in the audio-visual industry, producing a large number of long and short films for which they have earned major accolades at the national and international level.
Áralan Films productions have received, so far, 3 Goya Award and 19 nominations, 4 Feroz Awards, 1 Forqué Award, 15 Asecan Awards, 1 Gaudí Award, 3 Spanish Cinema Writers Circle Awards and 2 nominations for the Fotogramas de Plata awards, amongst many other honours and accolades.
Áralan Films is a member of AEC (State Cinema Association) and ANCINE (Andalusian Association of Film Producers of fiction, documentaries, animation and serials) and participates in the main annual film festivals and markets.
Always having the audience in mind, our development department generates projects about universal concepts, with a marked commercial vocation and a clear cultural interest, while also building relationships with other businesses in the sector, co-producing films from exceptional authors who, with their unique vision of reality, their sensibility and their abundant narrative, are able to transcend borders.