Carlos Hernández Vázquez

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Carlos Hernández Vázquez
Born (1983-08-14)August 14, 1983 (age 29)
Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico
Occupation Film producer
Years active 2009 – 2013

Carlos Hernández Vázquez (born August 14, 1983) is a Mexican producer who lived in Mexico City during most of the last decade of his career.

Early life[edit]

Carlos Hernández Vázquez was born on August 14, 1983 at the Lying-In Hospital in Celaya, Guanajuato. As a teenager, Hernández was interested in photography, and briefly attempted a career as a reporter. His parents sent him to live in México City in the hopes that it would help his academic growth.


Hernández studied Independent filmmaking from 2001–2004, in Universidad Del Cine/AMCI. Lately attended Faculty of Law (UNAM) from 2003–2008. He earned a LL.B. from university in 2008.

During his working years, Hernández was particularly inspired by the film production process, and studied film production workshop at the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica.

Awards and recognition[edit]

Year Title Credited Awards Official selection
2009 Aquellos sin nombre (Short) Director, co-writer UNAM Young Filmmakers Contest Havana Iberoamerican Film Festival, DocuLab, Valle de Bravo International Film Festival, DOCSDF, International Film Festival Expresión en corto, Shorts Shorts Film México, Chihuahua Film Festival[1]
2009 Amanecer (Short) Producer Cannes Festival, Paris International Film Festival, Shorts Shorts Films Mexico, Cine Lebu International Festival, Kinoki Film Festival, Guanajuato International Film Festival, CinemadaMare
2014 De puro aire Director, co-writer Iberdoc International Film Crossing Borders,Bolivia Lab.

Frequent collaborators[edit]

Hernández did on several occasions work with the same crew more than once. Erick García Corona (Film director), Oswaldo Toledano (Mexican cinematographer) and Axel Barba (location sound recordist) are frequent collaborators.


Year Film Credited as
Director Co-writer Producer
2009 Amanecer (Short) Yes
2009 Aquellos sin nombre (Short) Yes Yes
2011 Guerrero 12 Yes
2013 Necaxa: Un pueblo en resistencia Yes
2014 De puro aire Yes Yes


  1. ^ Shorts Shorts Films (2010). "Selección oficial". Shorts Shorts Films. 

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