Writer and director for film and television

Self-taught Spanish director Chino Moya, takes a multidisciplinary approach to his work, combining filmmaking, photography, and comic book writing.

Chino’s debut feature ‘Undergods’ premiered at Fantasia Film Festival in 2020. An otherworldly journey through a Europe in decline, ‘Undergods’ is a collection of darkly humorous, fantasy tales about ill-fated characters, with a singular, Kafka-esque vision of its morally bankrupt landscapes. Screendaily said this "arresting first feature blends sci-fi and fantasy to create a worldview which is at once savagely grotesque and alarmingly familiar. There’s barely a frame of the film which wouldn’t stand on its own".

His short films, music videos and commercials have screened in competition at festivals around the globe winning multiple awards, including a Cannes Lion. In 2014, Chino’s ‘Digital Witness’ for St Vincent was featured in Time Magazine and was named as one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 music videos of the year.

Chino has recently been working as a second unit director on the upcoming Alex Kurtzman series Tinkertown - a TV adaptation of the novel The Man Who Fell to Earth for Showtime.

In addition to his film work, Chino released the comic book Flat Filters in 2019. His latest photography book, Monosodium Glutamate, is to be published at the end of the year.



Writer & Director 

Producer Sophie Venner
  • Michael Gould
  • Eric Godon
  • Kate Dickie
  • Tanya Reynolds
  • Debut feature. An otherworldly journey through a Europe in decline; a collection of darkly humorous fantasy tales about ill-fated characters and doomed fortunes. 

    Lightbulb Film Distribution
    Vennerfilm / BFI Film Fund

    Writer & Director & Producer 

  • Lola Peploe
  • After a dispute a young woman leaves her older boyfriends comfortable apartment. She has nowhere to go so wanders the streets aimlessly eventually ending up in a cafe where she has a random encounter.


    2nd Unit Director 

    Creator Alex Kurtzman & Jenny Lumet

    Adaptation of the novel The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter Tevis.

    Secret Hideout for Showtime