David Rodríguez Muñiz is a director, screenwriter, editor and director of photography. Among his works of fiction as a filmmaker, he has the short films Deil (Special Mention of the jury at the 17th Malaga festival and public prize at Avilés Acción) and Monster. With the audiovisual collective Dropped Frames he has made the documentaries The River (document on the topography of the Nalón River) and Refugees (Documentary about the rescue center of primates Rainfer).
As director of photography he has made the documentary film Os Días Afogados (Amanita Films) by Luis Avilés and Cesar Souto, for which he has been a candidate for the Goya for best photography. The documentary won prizes for the Best Latin American Film in FIDOCS (Chile) and Mestre Mateo 2016 for best documentary.
His short documentary Refugees has been selected in the festivals of Clermont-Ferrand, EFFA Melbourne and Bogota Bogoshorts among others and has won 7 awards including the best documentary short film in FICMEC and finalist in the GFN held in San Francisco.
He works regularly with the playwright Rodrigo García as a visual director for his works: Evel Knievel vs MacBeth na terra do finado Humberto (2017), Tragedy (2017) and Pippo and Ricardo na terra do finado Humberto (2018).