Carlos Enderle Peña
Carlos Enderle Peña began his vibrant career as an author, director and producer with his feature film "Complicidades" in 2000. The successful trajectory of this first work led him to collaborate with academic institutions in Mexico City including, among others, the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and more recently as a professor at the University of Communication (UC).
Apart from being the author of several scripts and adaptations of various contemporary works, such as the film "Eddie Reynolds and Los Ángeles de Acero," his work has received multiple national and international recognitions. It has also been screened at different festivals or international film markets such as Cannes, Chicago, Guadalajara, Huelva, Havana, Morelia, New York, Sydney and Warsaw, to cite a few.
His film, "Crónicas Chilangas," was shortlisted in the foreign film category of the Golden Globe Awards. "Minezota," his most recent film, has been screened in several public cinemas and cinematheques in Mexico as well as in important higher education institutions such as the National Autonomous University of Mexico and Yale University.
Apart from his cinematic career, Carlos is an active participant in various initiatives of a social nature, the protection of wildlife, domestic animal species, the environment, and human and environmental health. Carlos Enderle Peña is considered one of the most promising contemporary filmmakers in Mexico.