Jonás Cuarón

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Jonás Cuarón
Born 1981 (age 32–33)
Nationality Mexican
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, producer, editor, cinematographer
Years active 2007-present
Spouse(s) Eireann Harper (m. 2007)

Jonás Cuarón is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer, editor and cinematographer.[1] He is the son of fellow director and screenwriter Alfonso Cuarón.[2] He studied film at Vassar College.

His first feature film, Año uña which he directed, wrote and produced, was released in 2007. He also co-wrote the highly acclaimed 2013 film Gravity. The film was co-written by and directed by his father.[1]

His uncle Carlos Cuarón is also a writer and director. His first film credit are cameo as a child in Sólo Con Tu Pareja directed by his father, in 1991.


Year Title Functioned as
Director Writer Producer Editor Cinematographer Notes
1991 Sólo Con Tu Pareja No No No No No Cameo as Kid at wedding
1995 A Little Princess No No No No No Staff assistant
Uncredited cameo as Chimney-sweepe
2007 Año uña Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Also art director
The Shock Doctrine (documentary short) Yes No No Yes Yes Also executive producer
2013 Domingo (short film) No No No No No Executive producer
Gravity No Yes No No No
2014 Aningaaq (short) Yes Yes Yes Yes No "Spin-off" of Gravity, included as a bonus in Gravity DVD[3]


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