Sergio Vega Borrego

Sergio Vega Borrego



Sergio Vega Borrego is a Mexican film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his comedic films and has won numerous awards, including a Goya Award for Best Film in 2018.

Borrego was born in Mexico City in 1977. His parents were both teachers, and he was raised in a loving family. He attended college and studied film, graduating with a degree in film and television. He then went on to pursue a career in filmmaking.

Borrego's first feature film was the romantic comedy "Amando a Ana," which was released in 2004. The film was a huge success in Mexico and earned him critical acclaim. He followed this with his second feature, "El Gran Médico" in 2007. This film was equally successful and gained him even more recognition.

Borrego continued to make films throughout his career, including the dramatic films "El Desierto" and "Los Ojos del Gato." In 2012, he released his most successful film to date, the romantic comedy "Casi te Enamoras," which was a box office hit and won him numerous awards, including a Goya Award for Best Film. In 2016, he released the comedy "No Mires Para Abajo," which also became a hit.

Borrego is currently working on his next project, the comedy "Sin Miedo a Nada." He is also producing the film "Los Diablos," which is set to be released in 2021.

Borrego's films are known for their comedic elements and lightheartedness. He is a master of blending comedy and drama, creating films that are both entertaining and thought-provoking. He has become one of the most successful and influential Mexican filmmakers of his generation and his films have been praised by audiences and critics alike.

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