FICM Mexican

Molina, Alejandro

Dirección, Edición, Guión, Producción. ,

Alejandro Molina

He studied advertising and communication at the Center for Communication Studies (CECC) in Mexico City; a course on film at the Center for Audiovisual Studies (CEA), Spain; Short Film Screenwriting Workshop at the National Fine Arts Institute (INBA, in Spanish); and a course on film appreciation at the Iberoamerican University (UIA, in Spanish), Mexico City. He was partner and producer at the film production company Mantarraya Producciones, from 1997 to 2000, and founding partner at the Arte 7 Film and Production School in Mexico City, from 2001 to 2012. He has produced several films that have participated and won awards at the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM), including, Los niños de Morelia (2004), by Juan Pablo Villaseñor, which won the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the 2nd FICM, and Los ladrones viejos. Las leyendas del artegio (2007), by Everardo González, selected at the 5th FICM. At the 8th FICM he participated with his short fiction film De día y de noche (2010), which won the award for Best Screenplay at the 6th Montevideo Fantastic Film Festival, Uruguay, and a nomination for Best Visual Effects at the 53rd Ariel Awards, Mexico.