|Pablo Stoll Ward (1974, Montevideo, Uruguay) studied social communication at the Catholic University of Uruguay. At that time he also started directing short films. It was there where he met Juan Pablo Rebella, with whom he would make a few short films and later the films 25 Watts (2001) and Whisky (2004), both very successful at numerous international film festivals. After Rebella's untimely death in 2006 Stoll Ward continued making films: Hiroshima (2009) and 3(Tres) (2012). The screenplays for both films were written by Stoll Ward himself.
2001 25 Watts