Antonio Gómez-Pan was born in Madrid in 1985 and is currently living between Los Angeles, Barcelona and his hometown. He has been appointed as an Academic of the Spanish Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Academy (2017) and he just won the Gold Medal for Best Editing in Berlin.
Even before he had finished his BA in Film Editing at the prestigious film school ESCAC, he edited "Mi Amigo Invisible" (2010) and "Elefante" (2012). They won, respectively, the Best Short Film Award at the L.A. Film Festival and at the Sitges Film Festival, along with many others. They were selected in dozens more, some of them as relevant as Sundance or Clermont-Ferrand. "Mi Amigo Invisible” even managed to be pre-selected for the 2010 Hollywood Academy Awards (Oscars). In 2014 he edited “De quoi je me mêle”, produced by Michel Gondry and his upcoming short film is directed by the well-known photographer Eugenio Recuenco.
He has also edited feature films like "Puzzled Love" (2011), which premiered at the San Sebastian International Film Festival (2011); "Otelo" (2012), also selected at the San Sebastian International Film Festival and winner of the European Independent Film Festival (among many others) and last but not least, "Hooked Up"(2013), which premiered in Sitges 2013 official competition and recently has been bought by the influential Spanish director Jaume Collet Serra.
In the documentary field, he has edited “Limbo Starr, Diez Cuenta Atrás” (2010), which premiered at the In-Edit Beefeater Documentary Festival and “Coses Estranyes que Brillen” (2013).
Antonio has also edited innumerable music videos for artists like Palmbomen or Nothink and is currently working as a freelance editor for companies like Canadá or Garage Films (awarded Best Spanish Advertising Company in 2009 and 2010). In this field, he has edited advertisements for brands as well-known as Adidas, Coca-Cola, Chanel, Unicef, Volkswagen, Nike, Ikea, Toyota... among others.