Guillermo Navarro

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Guillermo Navarro
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Guillermo Navarro
Born 1955 (age 61–62)
Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Mexico
Occupation Cinematographer
Title ASC
Awards Academy Award for Best Cinematography: Pan's Labyrinth 2006

Guillermo Navarro, ASC (born 1955) is a Mexican cinematographer and television director.[1] He has worked in Hollywood since 1993 and is a frequent collaborator of Guillermo del Toro and Robert Rodriguez. In 2006 he won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for the film Pan's Labyrinth. His work often features very vivid blues and yellows which often take up most of the image, and the film's grain structure often switches between well-defined and sharp, and somewhat smoothed over or very fine. His filmography runs the gamut from small arthouse films to big-budget action films. Navarro's directing debut is a 2012 music video for musician Mia Maestro titled "Blue Eyed Sailor", co-directed with media artist Juan Azulay, also featuring son Alvaro Navarro's cinematography.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Dir. Notes
1991 Cabeza de Vaca Nicolás Echevarría
1993 Cronos Guillermo del Toro
1995 Desperado Robert Rodriguez
Four Rooms Allison Anders
Alexandre Rockwell
Robert Rodriguez
Quentin Tarantino
with
Rodrigo García, Phil Parmet, Andrzej Sekuła
1996 From Dusk till Dawn Robert Rodriguez
Dream for an Insomniac Tiffanie DeBartolo
The Long Kiss Goodnight Renny Harlin
1997 Spawn Mark A.Z. Dippé
Jackie Brown Quentin Tarantino
1999 Stuart Little Rob Minkoff
2001 Spy Kids Robert Rodriguez
The Devil's Backbone Guillermo Del Toro
Broken Silence Montxo Armendáriz
2003 Imagining Argentina Christopher Hampton
2004 Hellboy Guillermo Del Toro
2005 Zathura: A Space Adventure Jon Favreau
2006 Pan's Labyrinth Guillermo Del Toro Won

Academy Award for Best Cinematography
Silver Ariel Award for Best Cinematography
Goya Award for Best Cinematography
Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography
Cameraimage Golden Frog Award for Best Cinematography
NYFCC Award for Best Cinematography
BSFC Award for Best Cinematography
FFCC Award for Best Cinematography

Nominated

BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography
BSC Award for Best Cinematography
Gold Derby Award for Best Cinematography
INOCA Award for Best Cinematography

Night at the Museum Shawn Levy
2008 It Might Get Loud David Guggenheim with Erich Roland

Nominated

Satellite Award for Best Cinematography

Hellboy II: The Golden Army Guillermo Del Toro
2011 The Resident Antti Jokinen
I Am Number Four D. J. Caruso
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Bill Condon
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Bill Condon
2013 Pacific Rim Guillermo Del Toro
2014 Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Shawn Levy
2017 London Fields Mathew Cullen

Television[edit]

Year Title Notes
1994 The Cisco Kid Television film
ABC Afterschool Special 1 episode
2013-15 Hannibal Director;
6 episodes
2014 The Bridge Director;
1 episode
2015 The Whispers Director;
1 episode
Narcos Director;
2 episodes
Limitless Director;
1 episode
Sleepy Hollow Director;
1 episode
2016 Damien Director;
1 episode
Preacher Director;
1 episode
Luke Cage Director;
1 episode
2017 Star Trek: Discovery Pilot episode

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Scott, A. O. (November 21, 2001). The New York Times. The Devil's Backbone (review overview).

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