By Jose Jara
Interview with Director Gigi Saul Guerrero
On HULU – July 4th
Gigi Saul Guerrero:
Miss Guerrero is now commonly known for her gritty “Tex-Mex” style with a touch of grind-house and gore in her filmmaking. She was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico, Gigi moved to Vancouver B.C., where she graduated with honors her B.A. in Motion Picture Production at Capilano University’s “Bosa Centre for Film and Animation.” Gigi has always held a passion for entertaining, whether it being acting or storytelling.
In her mid-20’s Guerrero was one of the co-founders of award winning production company “Luchagore Productions.” Miss Guerrero became an associate designer/writer for Capcom Game Studios in Vancouver developing a new game aimed to be announced in late 2018. Guerrero’s most anticipated project, “La Quinceañera,” a thrilling 7 episode miniseries she directed and co-created, with Warner Brothers TV, and Stage13 Network, won the Audience choice award at Morbido Film Fest 2017 in Mexico City. Her recent successes include the short film “Dia De Los Muertos,” part of “Mexico Barbaro,” a Mexican horror anthology. She also directed “M is for Matador,” which is officially a part of the ABC’s of Death 2.5. Guerrero is working with horror novelist, Shane McKenzie, on a new horror feature “El Gigante”, which is her company’s most successful short yet, winning the attention and awards of festivals worldwide.
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