Adrián Biniez was born on August 28, 1974 in Buenos Aires. In the nineties, he was a singer and composer for the Argentinean indie pop band Reverb. He recorded two albums with the band and was frequently on tour. In 2003, he played a small role as a karaoke musician in the film Whisky. Later he moved to Montevideo, Uruguay, where he lives today. There he worked on the side for the production company Taxi Films as a scriptwriter, where he contributed to the award-winning TV series "El Fin del Mundo" (FONA-Award 2005). In April 2005, he participated in the Talent Campus at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires. From October to November 2005, he participated in the III Curso de Proyectos Cinematograficos Latinoamericanos in Madrid. His short films include 8 Horas (2006) and Total Disponsibilidad (2008). GIGANTE is his first feature length film, which he wrote and directed.