Cinematographer. Lighting Cameraman. Filmmaker.
Gerardo Guerra is a Mexican cinematographer (b.1982 Mexico City) based in Guadalajara city. He has recently served as director of photography in two much-anticipated feature debuts: Dos Estaciones by Juan Pablo González (Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Competition) and Martínez by Lorena Padilla. He has been nominated twice by the Latin Grammys for Best Music Video, and has two nominations for Video of the Year from MTV México #MTVMIAW 2017. He won Best Cinematography at the Pantalla de Cristal Film Festival in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2021.
Gerardo Guerra is currently shooting Corina, the feature debut by Dir. Urzula Barba Hopfner produced by IMCINE, CobraFilms and Mandarina Cine. He has also served as a 2nd unit DP for the feature film Los Lobos by Samuel Kishi premiered at the Busan International Film Festival and went on to play at the Berlinale, where it was the Grand Prix winner of the Generation Section. He also lensed the feature documentary La Era de la Desconexión, which premiered at the 2018 Guadalajara International Film Festival FICG|33.
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