Andrés Ramírez is a Mexican film director, producer, and screenwriter. He was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, in 1983. He has been making films since he was a teenager.
Ramírez graduated from the School of Communication Sciences at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara in 2008. During his studies, he wrote and directed his first short film, La vida en la ciudad (Life in the City).
In 2010, Ramírez wrote and directed his first feature film, La Caja Vacía (The Empty Box). It was selected to compete in the International Film Festival of Guadalajara and was nominated for several awards.
In 2012, Ramírez released his second feature film, La Línea (The Line), which was nominated for the Ariel Award for Best Picture. The film was also selected to compete in the Sundance Film Festival.
Since then, Ramírez has directed and produced several other films, including El Regalo (The Gift), which was selected to compete in the San Sebastian International Film Festival in 2016.
In addition to his work as a director, Ramírez has also served as a judge for several film festivals, including the Morelia International Film Festival and the Cinépolis Film Festival.
Ramírez is known for his innovative storytelling techniques and his ability to create emotionally powerful films with minimal resources. He has a unique visual style and often draws inspiration from his Mexican culture.
Ramírez continues to make films that have been recognized and praised by both critics and audiences. He has become one of the most important filmmakers in Mexico today.