Pablo Aramendi has a diploma in screenwriting by the ECAM, one of the most prestigious film schools of Spain. He has worked as a screenwriter for the horror film The Night Watchman, which was selected by TVE for a grant among 200 projects. It is currently on post-production stage.
He is also a writer for the series Algo que celebrar (Antena 3), which was recently broadcasted in Spain and sold to countries such as Italy and United States for its’ future adaptation on NBC. Pablo was also a script coordinator for the series Luna, el misterio de Calenda, also broadcasted by Antena 3. This series mixes horror and mystery and it was also sold to several countries.
Later, he wrote the famous series El internado, broadcasted in over sixty countries. It was exported to countries such as Russia and the United States by Fox. This series won the most prestigious awards of spanish Television (Ondas, Golden TP) and it was a nominee for Best Series at the Montecarlo Festival. Pablo also wrote the script for the comedy Los hombres de Paco which was on air for nine years and had more than one hundred episodes on prime time in Antena 3. It was broadcasted in over thirty countries on its’ original version and was later adapted in Italy, Greece, Poland, Romania and Russia.
He has also written other comedy series such as 7 días al desnudo, Mi querido Kilikowsky and Ascensores, broadcasted by Paramount Comedy. He is a content creator for production companies such as Globomedia, Doble Filo and Impala Films, for which he has recently finished an adaptation of the novel 31 noches.
Pablo is currently working on a series based on the life of the singer José José.