Bertha Navarro (I)

Producer | Director | Actress
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Pan's Labyrinth (2006) | The Devil's Backbone (2001) | Cronos (1993)
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Won 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 2 wins & 3 nominations More »
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  • Reed, México insurgente * – Producer Paul Leduc
  • Pan’s Labyrinth * – Producer Guillermo Del Toro
  • Cronos * – Producer Guillermo Del Toro
  • Cabeza de Vaca * – Producer Nicolás Echevarria
  • Rabia * – Producer Sebastián Cordero
  • Crónicas * – Producer Sebastián Cordero

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  • * BERTHA NAVARRO
    Producer

    Bertha Navarro began her career directing documentaries and in 1970 she produced “Reed, Insurgent Mexico”, based on John Reed´s book: Insurgent Mexico, and one of the first independent films made in Mexico, winner of the Georges Sadoul award in France and presented at the Director’s Fortnight in Cannes 1972. Since then she has produced numerous films of importance in the history of Latin American film, including Pan’s Labyrinth, directed by Guillermo del Toro (won 3 Oscars, 6 BAFTAs, seven Goyas and 9 Ariel awards; Cabeza de Vaca by Nicolás Echevarría, awarded at the Guadalajara International Film Festival, ACE award and presented in Berlin Film Festival; Cronos by Guillermo del Toro (21 wins, including best film by the Mexican Academy); Crónicas by Sebastián Cordero (eight wins and seven nominations); and Rabia by Sebastián Cordero.

    She has founded two production companies, Salamandra Producciones, with Alejandro Springall and Tequila Gang with Guillermo del Toro.
    Since 1993 she coordinates the Screenwriter’s Lab, for Latinamerican scripts, in collaboration with the Sundance Institute, IMCINE and Ibermedia, and since 2009 the Film Music Lab. In 2008 she received the Silver Mayahuel Award in recognition to her career, and her biography Bertha Navarro, Filmmaker Without Frontiers was published.

    Film Producer:
    2015 in post-production process, Sin muertos no hay carnaval (Such is life in the Tropics) Sebastian Cordero, director
    2014 La delgada línea amarilla Celso García director.
    2009 La Lección de Pintura, de Pablo Perelman. Best cinematography in Festival de Gramado.
    2009 Rabia, de Sebastián Cordero. Six awards including Jury Award in the Tokio Film Festival.
    2008 Cosas Insignificantes, de Andrea Martínez. Audience Award in Biarritz film festival.
    2006 Pan’s Labyrinth, de Guillermo del Toro. Three Oscar´s, Six BAFTA´s including best film in foreign language. Seven Goya´s in Spain, Nine Ariel, including best film.
    2006 El Cobrador, In God We Trust, de Paul Leduc. Seven international awards and an Ariel.
    2004 Crónicas, de Sebastián Cordero Eight awards including an Ariel for Best Foreign Film and Sundance Film Festival
    2002 Asesino en serio. de Antonio Urrutia.
    2001 El Espinazo del Diablo, (Devil´s Backbone) de Guillermo del Toro. Six awards.
    2001 La Fiebre del Loco, de Andrés Wood. Five awards including Festival de Cartagena, MTV Movie awards.
    1998 Men with Guns, de John Sayles. Three awards including San Sebastián Film Festiva.
    1998 Un Embrujo, de Carlos Carrera. Eleven awards, incluiding nine Ariel´s and Best cinematography San Sebastián Film Festival.
    1993 Cronos, de Guillermo del Toro. 21 awards, including La Semaine de la Critique en Cannes, Arieles, and Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Film.
    1991 Cabeza de Vaca, de Nicolás Echevarría. Award best film Festival Internacional de Cine de Guadalajara; Premio ACE and Berlín Film Festival
    1973 Reed: México Insurgente, de Paul Leduc. Georges Sadoul award in France; Ariel for best film.
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