Alejandro Díaz San Vicente
A family finds the meaning of their existence through the constant contact with death. Santa Muerte is their mother, the light that shines in the dark dream of life.
Director Born in 1984, in Mexico City. He studied Communication Sciences at the Universidad Anáhuac Norte. He began working almost immediately at the Mexican Institute of Cinematography, IMCINE, in the area of ??international festivals (2007-2011). He co-directed the short film Yo, Mariachi, which was well received at various international festivals, such as those in Chicago, Amiens and Havana. He coordinated production on the films Chalán by Jorge Michel Grau (2012) and Eisenstein en Guanajuato by Peter Greenaway (2014). In early 2014, he enrolled in the Documentary Film Masters degree program at the Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos. During the Master's at the CUEC, he directed the short film Madre. That same year, he made the series Los juicios de México. In 2017, he made his debut as a screenwriter on the feature film Sacúdete las penas and his debut film as a director with Café: alma y resistencia. He is currently directing and collaborating on documentaries, commercials and interviews for various clients and brands.