Juan José Bigas Luna (19 March 1946 – 6 April 2013) was a Spanish film director.
He began his professional career in the design world, creating the Estudio Gris with Carlos Riart in 1969. In his earlier exhibitions, at the beginning of the 1960s, he showed a great interest in conceptual art and the emerging visual technologies. Esteemed as an atypical director in the Spanish cinema, in 1986 he retired to Tarragona in order to devote his time to painting. In 1990 the producer Andrés Vicente Gómez persuaded him to return to cinema and entrusted to him the direction of Las edades de Lulú, a film which reached the general public. Without abandoning his dedication to painting and photography, reflected in numerous exhibitions, he began the well-known Trilogía Ibérica with Jamón Jamón (1992), Huevos de Oro (1993) and La teta y la luna (1994). Subsequently, with the short film for internet Collar de Moscas (2001), he revived his interest in avant-garde experimentation and audiovisual… read more
Al año de su estreno, paso casi desapercibida y, no obstante que carece de la garra subversiva y la mala leche caracteristicas de Bigas Luna, esta cinta resulta muchisimo mas entretenida y/ò emotiva que la multipremiada/multimillonaria pendejada que James Cameron le dedico al mentado trasatlantico.