Miguel Llansó was born in Madrid in 1979. He is a lover of film and experimental punk music, and he studied philosophy and film.
To date, Ethiopia (where he resides half the year) is his beloved scene where he makes his films. Inspired by Werner Herzog, he previously shot Where is my dog? , which was screened at the Rotterdam Film Festival. After that he made the short film Chigger Ale in 2013 that tells the story of an Ethiopian Hitler clone and was screened in Locarno and more than 25 other festivals. Crumbs is his first (nearly) full-length film.
Source: Brussels Film Festival 2015