Alejandro Alatorre (Mexico)

Alejandro Alatorre is a Mexican filmmaker and multimedia artist born in Zacatecas. He graduated from the Mantarraya Film Workshop in 2015. He received the “Creators with a Trajectory” grant from the Stimulus Program for Creation and Artistic Development (PECDA) of Zacatecas in 2023. He is the director, producer and screenwriter of Donde duermen los pájaros, his debut feature film, selected at the International Film Festival of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (FICUNAM) and the Guanajuato International Film Festival and which, during the post-production stage, won the Splendor Omnia award at Impulso Morelia 5 in the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM). His short film Fuego que lleva was part of the official selection of FICM in 2016 and of FICUNAM in 2017. Alejandro produced the feature film Príncipe de Paz, by Clemente Castor. As a visual artist he participated in the photography exhibition Re-Invenciones (2023) at the Manuel Felguérez Museum of Abstract Art in Zacatecas and in the contemporary art group exhibition Policlínica (2022). Alejandro’s photography work has been exhibited in various galleries in Mexico, such as Arroyo de la Plata or Artgoqui.

Suerte A horse with supernatural powers tries to return to Eden after being kidnapped by a soldier whose ambition seems to have no limits.