José Antonio de la Loma

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Prolific Spanish director and screenwriter José Antonio de la Loma entered cinema as a script writer for producer Ignacio Iquino the same year he published his first novel, Sin la Sonrisa de Dios/Without God's Smile (1951), based on his experiences as a teacher in one of Barcelona's poorest quarters. In 1955, director Julio Salvador adapted the story into a film of the same title. Loma continued working with Salvador via Laurus films through the decade's end. In 1960, Loma founded his own production company, P.C. Java, and through it produced Le Bourreau Attendra/The Hangman Waits. During the '60s, Loma worked on numerous films as a writer, director, and sometimes assistant director, often without screen credit. In 1971, Loma founded the Zodiáco production company; he founded a new company, Golden Sun, S.A., in 1987.



No Score Yet Sin La Sonrisa De Dios Screenwriter 2012
No Score Yet Hit Man Director 2012
No Score Yet Lolita al desnudo (Deadly Deception) Screenwriter Director 1991
No Score Yet Fine Gold Director 1989
No Score Yet Street Warriors Director 1987
No Score Yet Counterforce Director 1987
No Score Yet La Maquina De Matar Director 1985
No Score Yet Conquest Screenwriter 1983
No Score Yet Target Eagle Director Screenwriter 1982
No Score Yet La Redada Director Screenwriter 1977
No Score Yet Perros Callejeros Director 1977
No Score Yet The Texican Screenwriter 1966
No Score Yet Soft Skin on Black Silk Director 1964

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