About Enric Folch

Enric Folch

Enric Folch was born in 1964 in Barcelona, Spain.

Attained a degree in Journalism at The Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona.

Achieved Overall Distinction in “Art and Technique of Filmmaking” at The London International Film School.

In 2008 he co-wrote and directed the documentary “Chining Me”, a mordant and sharp view of daily life in the pre-Olympic China. The film was selected by the Roma Fiction Fest and the BAFF in Barcelona and screened, amongst many other channels, in the prestigious ARTE.

Enric has been a director of TV series and a writer and director of five fiction feature films made for television, like “El Mètode Grönholm” (“The Grönholm Method”, Director), based on the internationally acclaimed play; “Presumptes Implicats” (“Unusual Suspects”, Writer & Director), the script of which has been acquired for a cinema remake; and the multi-awarded “Tempus Fugit” (Story, Co-Writer and Director), winner of a dozen prizes in international film and TV festivals.

As we speak, he is giving the last touches to “The Devil on Wheels”, a feature documentary about the making and the cult surrounding Steven Spielberg’s first feature Duel.

Enric’s been a teacher at ESCAC, the renowned Barcelona’s film school, for many years. He’s worked as an actor’s teacher and scriptwriting teacher in different acting and film schools.

In 2018, he was the Director-On-Set of the Emmy-nominated Amazon documentary Series All or Nothing: Manchester City

In 2019 he’s been working on a new documentary series about car-racer Fernando Alonso for Amazon Prime Video.

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