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From Barcelona, Madrid and NYC offices we produce for international audiences.


We are developing the new projects of European Film Awards nominee Laura Ferrés ('The disinherited') and Álvaro Brechner, recognised director by Cannes, Venice and San Sebastián Film Festivals ('A twelve-year night', 'Kaplan', 'Bad day to go fishing'). We count with the collaboration of BAFTA Award winner, Clara Roquet ('The goodbye'); Goya Best Screenplay Award winner, Tomás Aragay ('Truman') and the dramatist Ivor Martinic ('My son just walks a little bit slower'), among others.

"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing."



We welcome directors, writers and producers from around the globe.



Born in Sabadell (Barcelona) in 1979. With a background in Business and Audiovisual (EAVE, MBS), Adrià has more than 15 years of experience in the production and acquisition of films, tv-series and documentaries.

Adrià Monés has produced eight films to date, including the last '[REC]' (Jaume Balagueró, 2014), the most successful terror saga in the Spanish language. Latest Adrià’s titles as executive producer:

'Muse' (Jaume Balagueró, 2017). Released in the Official Selection at the Sitges Film Festival. Co-production between Ireland, Belgium, France and Spain; supported by the Eurimages Fund and with a budget of six million euros. Cast: Franka Potente ('Run, Lola, Run'), Christopher Lloyd ('Back to the Future'), Joanne Whalley ('Willow').

'100 meters' (Marcel Barrena, 2016). Nominated for the Gaudí, Goya and Forqué Awards. Co-production between Portugal and Spain. More than 300,000 viewers in Spanish theaters. Available globally on Netflix.

portrait of Adrià Monés



Born in Montevideo (Uruguay) in 1976. In 2018, releases “La noche de doce años” (A twelve-year night), a coproduction between Spain, France, Argentina and Uruguay, starring Antonio de la Torre and Chino Darín. ARTE Award in Berlinale. Premiere at Venice Film Festival and San Sebastian Film Festival.

His 2nd feature film “Kaplan” (2014), was part of Cannes Cinefondation Atelier and Torino Film Lab selection. It participated in several festivals like London Film Festival (BFI), Mar de Plata, Chicago, Huelva, Biarritz, La Habana, Cartagena, Goa, Friburg, Monte Carlo, Sofia; and was nominated to Goya Awards, Ariel Awards and José María Forqué Awards. It was also the national entry for the 2015 Foreign Language Academy Awards and sold to distribution in more than 25 countries.

In 2009, Alvaro’s directing feature debut “Mal día para pescar” (Bad Day to go Fishing), premiered in competition at the 48th International Critic’s Week, Cannes FF. The film received over 30 awards and participated in 60 international festivals (Brooklyn, Gijón, Mar de Plata, etc). It was released in the U.S., Spain, Greece, France, Uruguay, etc.

portrait of Álvaro Brechner



Born in Buenos Aires, lives in New York City since 1982, and studied film production at the New York Film Academy. He is also a physician recognized as an international expert in the fields of psychiatry, special education, and advertising.

As creative consultant, he contributes to the development of content that is provocative as well as touching. His professional background provides Sound and Fury with a unique perspective on people’s emotions, desires, passions, and needs.

portrait of Gabriel Kaplan


Sound and Fury Films
Barcelona / Madrid / New York