By means of the basic infrastructure generated by 25 Watts and Whisky, Control Z has been trying to keep producing films by Uruguayan screenwriters, and to supply film production services to foreign films.
Control Z was founded by Juan Pablo Rebella (1974- 2006), Pablo Stoll and Fernando Epstein in March 2001 in order to produce and distribute 25 Watts.
In 2003, Gonzalo Delgado Galiana joined the company to produce Whisky. Throughout 2004 Control Z co-produced The dog pound, Manolo Nieto's opera prima, which later distributed in Uruguay.
In 2007 Agustina Chiarino joined Control Z as executive producer.
The company's main objective is to continue making and releasing films in Uruguay.
Born in 1974 in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Pablo studied Social Communication at the Catholic University of Uruguay and got his degree in 1999.
Together with Juan Pablo Rebella, he wrote and directed 25 Watts (2001), which obtained the Tiger Award in Rotterdam and the opera prima Coral in La Habana, among other prizes. Together, they made Whisky (2004), which was selected for the section Un Certain Regard in the 2004 edition of Cannes Festival, where it won the Fipresci award. Whisky also was awarded in the festivals of Tokio, La Habana, Thessaloniki, Chicago, and Huelva. In addition, it obtained the Goya award for best Latin American film.
Since mid 2006 he works as scriptwriter and director of the humor TV show Los Informantes at channel 4 in Montevideo.