Don Miguel
Kote Camacho / Animation / Spain / 2014 / 6 min


Don Miguel Dir. Kote Camacho

Eugenio– plethoric and axe in hand– heads to Don Miguel’s pharmacy. Don Miguel only has to sign a couple of documents in order for the bank to finally lend Eugenio the money he’s asked for. However, instead of signing them Don Miguel makes a deal.

Eugenio dirige hacha en la mano a la farmacia de don Miguel, pletórica. Don Miguel sólo se tiene que firmar unos documentos con el fin de que el Banco finalmente le preste a Eugenio un dinero que ha pedido. Pero en lugar de firmarlos y hacer el día de Eugenio, don Miguel le propone un acuerdo. 


Kote Camacho was born Oiartzun, Spain in 1980. While studying Fine Arts in Bilbao, he had already published comics in Napartheid. After obtaining his degree he drew storyboards for Julio Medem and Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later). Settled in his home town, he writes and directs his own film productions, experimenting with every short film and getting by thanks to the national and international awards garnered for his previous works, “La gran carrera” (2010) and “Elkartea” (2013).