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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Gabe Ibáñez
Produced by Álvaro Augustín
Jesus de la Vega
Written by Jesus de la Vega
Javier Gullón
Starring Elena Anaya
Bea Segura
Music by Zacarías M. de la Riva
Cinematography Alejandro Martínez
Editing by Enrique Garcia
Studio Madrugada Films
Telecinco Cinema
Roxbury Pictures
User T-38
Distributed by Le Pacte
Release date(s) 2 October 2009 (2009-10-02)
Running time 91 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Hierro is a 2009 psychological thriller directed by Gabe Ibáñez and starring Elena Anaya, Kaiet Rodríguez, Bea Segura, and Andrés Herrera.



Three years after her young son Diego mysteriously disappears while travelling by ferry to the island of El Hierro, Maria is finally overcoming the pain of her loss.[1] However, a phone call notifying her of the discovery of a child’s body on the island forces her to go back to the island. Her return to the sinister island full of malevolent characters marks the beginning of a nightmarish journey where she learns that “some mysteries should never be revealed”.[2]


  • Elena Anaya as María[3]
  • Hugo Arbues as Mateo
  • Jon Ariño as Forense
  • Miriam Correa as Julia
  • Tomás del Estal
  • Andrés Herrera as Antonio
  • Javier Mejía as Matias
  • Kaiet Rodriguez as Diego
  • Raquel Salvador as Elena
  • Bea Segura as Laura
  • Mar Sodupe as Tania


The movie is from the producers of Pan’s Labyrinth and The Orphanage[4], it was directed by Short film director Gabe Ibáñez[5], who filmed his movie of the Canary Islands in El Hierro, Gran Canaria and Madrid.[6]


Sitges theatrical poster of Hierro

The Director Ibáñez’ first feature premiered on 2 October 2009 at Sitges 42nd Fantastic Film International Festival[7] and had an appearance at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival in the critic’s week category[8], it runs of several film Festivals includes UK FrightFest 2009.[9]


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