Torres has worked worldwide in advertising, TV and film industry since 2005, where he has gained invaluable expertise and experience directing. He has made one feature film "The magic of hope" and an experimental feature film shot in 14 hours, "Saol", plus a number of shorts as the awarded internationally "The Rattle of Benghazi", "Halowin" or "Seventy". His films and work have been presented in Official Selections at over 200 festivals, including Cannes, Edimburg, SIFF in Seattle, San Sebastian, FICG in Guadalajara, Galway, FICCI Colombia, Belfast, New York, Uruguay, Malaga, Seville, Huelva, etc and have been awarded several times (look at the distinction bottom here) . Worldwide critics consider Torres as a serious filmmaker full of emotions and truth, a solid promise of an exciting feeling in construction, and a new director with a honest, sincere, incredible mise en scene and marvelous shots (Variety-Jonathan Holland, El País-Jordi Costa, Fotogramas, Film Affinity-Nuria Vidal). Torres' work has been screened by top broadcasters including Canal+, Netflix, Filmin, TVE, RTE, Canal Sur, ITunes, IranTV, etc and have been released on DVD and theatrically in both Europe and US. In 2012, Danish director Lars Von Triers selected the only Irish short called Halowin, directed by Torres, for Triers feature film project Gesamt.