Jesús Torres Torres (México)

Jesús Torres Torres is a Mexican filmmaker whose debut feature film as a screenwriter and director, Nadie sabrá nunca (No One Will Ever Know) (2018), was part of the official selection of festivals around the world such as Guadalajara, Vancouver, Montreal Word Film Festival and NYC Independent Film Festival, where it won the award for best cinematography. As a project, the script of Nadie sabrá nunca was selected for the 6th Alejandro Galindo Feature Film Script Workshop and was part of the 2012 Meeting of Film Projects in Development of the Havana Film Festival. His previous works were the short films Vendaval (2011) and En la luz del sol brillante (2008). Jesús has also been in charge of the production design and the artistic direction of more than ten feature films and twenty short films.

El fuego que engulle la sangre [co-written with Samuel Sánchez Tual] — Two young brothers who have lived apart for the last ten years travel through part of today’s violent Mexican territory to fulfill the last wish of a friend of one of them, while trying to regain their old relationship.