Federico Robles

Federico Robles



Federico Robles is a renowned Mexican film and television director. He has directed many award-winning films and television shows. He is best known for his work on "The Bridge" and "The Enchanted Garden".

Robles began his career in the film industry as an assistant director. He worked on a number of feature films and documentaries, including "The Bridge" (1990). He then moved on to direct his own short films, which were well-received and earned him a number of awards, including the Ariel Award from the Mexican Academy of Cinematography.

In 2001, Robles made his feature film debut with "The Enchanted Garden". The film was a critical and commercial success, and earned Robles a Best Director nomination from the Ariel Awards. He followed up his success with "The Crossing" (2009) and "The Revenant" (2013). These films earned him further recognition, including a Goya Award for Best Director.

Robles has also enjoyed success in television. He directed a number of series for Mexican television, including "El Secreto de Puente Viejo" (2010-2013), "Vivir Sin Permiso" (2015-2017), and "El Vato" (2016-present). He has also directed a number of episodes of the popular television show "La Casa de las Flores" (2018-present).

Robles has established himself as one of the most successful and influential directors in Mexican film and television. His films and television shows have earned him international recognition and awards. His work is renowned for its visual style, complex storylines, and humanistic themes.

Federico Robles is an important figure in Mexican cinema. He has made a significant contribution to the industry and has helped to raise the profile of Mexican film and television. He is an inspiration to aspiring filmmakers, and his work continues to be enjoyed by audiences around the world.

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