Juan Barreda Ruiz

Juan Barreda Ruiz



Juan Barreda Ruiz is a Mexican film director, actor, writer, and producer. He has been involved in the entertainment industry since the late 1990s, and has since become one of the most important figures in Mexican cinema.

Born in Mexico City in 1973, Barreda Ruiz initially trained as an actor in the prestigious Teatro de la Ciudad in Mexico City. After his training, he began his acting career in the theater and in Mexican television series. After his acting career, he decided to try his hand at film production, and in 1999 he founded his own production company, Cinearte.

In 2002, Barreda Ruiz directed his first feature film, Marea Baja. The film was an instant success and was nominated for several awards at the Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences. The film was also well received by critics, and it put Barreda Ruiz on the map as an up and coming director.

Since then, Barreda Ruiz has directed a number of films, including El diablo sobre ruedas (2005), El paseo (2008), El viaje (2010) and La vida precoz (2013). He has also written and produced a number of films, such as Un mundo sin fin (2006), La maldición de la luna (2009) and El juego de la inmortalidad (2012).

In addition to his work in film, Barreda Ruiz has also been involved in other projects. He has directed music videos for various Mexican artists, and he has also made several short films. He has also been involved in various social projects, such as his involvement in the Mexican film industry’s efforts to reduce piracy.

Barreda Ruiz is currently one of the most prominent filmmakers in Mexico. His films have been acclaimed both in Mexico and abroad, and his work has helped to raise the profile of Mexican cinema. His unique style and vision have made him one of the most respected directors in the country.

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